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    Title: 外派人員之職家衝突與組織承諾之關係研究
    Other Titles: The research on the relationship between work-family conflict of expatriate and organizational commitment
    Authors: 蔡弘毅;Tsai, Hung-yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學管理科學研究所企業經營碩士在職專班
    陳海鳴;Chen, Hai-ming
    Keywords: 外派人員;職家衝突;組織承諾;expatriate;Work-Family Conflict;Organizational Commitment
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 03:23:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著企業逐年全球化發展的趨勢,外派人員已成為企業遂行全球化經營的關鍵要角,然而這些肩負外派重任的人員,往往難以兼顧其工作與家庭角色而形成了職家衝突,職家衝突的現象也使這些外派人員對組織承諾產生相對的影響,本研究即針對外派類型及個人變項,探討外派人員、職家衝突及組織承諾間的關係。
    With the trend of business globalization, expatriate have become a significant part of globalized management. However, these personnel who are under huge pressure often find it difficult to balance their work and family life which tend to cause work-family conflicts. These work-family conflicts lead to some influences on these personnel’s organizational commitment. This research discussed the relationships between Work-Family Conflict of Expatriate and Organizational Commitment.

    This research was based on “Oversea Investments and Business Enterprises Record” published by Investment Commission, MOEA in December 2007, as its research population. A total of 24 multinational enterprises were selected as its research sample through Convenience sampling, and 10 questionnaires were distributed to the personnel for overseas assignments through each enterprise’s human resource department, while 200 valid samples were returned. The data were analyzed with descriptive analysis, ANOVA, and regression analysis to discuss the relationships between work-family conflict of expatriate and organizational commitment.

    The results showed that, different types of expatriate have different influences on work-family conflicts; work-family conflicts have negative influences on organizational commitment; personal variables have different influences on work-family conflicts and organizational commitment.
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