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||The Effect of Work Arrangement on Young Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Job Search Behavior: Work-Life Balance as The Mediator|
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job search behavior
||Recently the young employees have gradually formed a non-ignorable force within a company due to the quite large number of proportion, and the options of work and life for them to choose are much different from before in demands and expectations. Therefore, when a company designs their strategy to improve employee work-life balance, to consider the demands from the youth as well, is a key factor that brings follow-up benefit. This paper studies the relationship between job satisfaction and job search behavior under different work arrangement, and discovers the effect to work arrangement, job satisfaction and job search behavior through applying work-life balance as a mediator.|
This paper takes the young employees (1975 – 1990 born) in a company as the targets and collected 186 effective samples. The result shows that (1) Flextime of work arrangement has significant positive effect to job satisfaction. (2) Compressed workweek of work arrangement has significant positive effect to job search behavior. (3) The mediation effect between flextime and job satisfaction, can be produced through applying work-life balance.
The final section describes our conclusion according the result, and our proposed particle recommendations.
||Liang-Chih Huang - chair|
Shyh-jer Chen - co-chair
Jin-Feng Uen - advisor
Indicate in-campus at 5 year and off-campus access at 5 year.|
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