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Satisfaction with Job Security as a Predictor of Organizational Commitment and Job Performance in a Multicultural Environment
The study explores the role of satisfaction with job security in predicting organizational commitment and job performance in a multicultural non-Western environment. It also examines factors contributing to the variations in satisfaction with job security among employees. Results indicate that satisfaction with job security is positively correlated with both organizational commitment and job performance. Furthermore, employees’ age, educational level, job level, monthly income, marital status, tenure in present job, tenure in present organization and an organization’s activity contribute significantly to the variations in satisfaction with job security among employees. Finally, the relationship between satisfaction with job security, and both organizational commitment and job performance vary across national cultures.