Job and Work Attitude Determinants: An Application of Multivariate Analysis

Peter Josephat, Abbas Ismail

Abstract


This paper analyzed variables that used to measure job and work attitude of an employee in an organization. Analysis was done using multivariate analysis. Data used was collected from Dodoma and Musoma municipalities as the municipalities were randomly selected. A sample size of the study was 118. Cross sectional research design was adopted. The study found that there are five factors which influence job and work attitude. These are satisfaction, independency, teamwork, freedom of expression and supervisory relationship. All these factors are significantly positive related to dependent variable job and work attitude.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v2i3.2348

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