The Effect of Corporation Culture on the Staff’s Commitment in CMC Telecom Vietnam
Science Journal of Business and Management
Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2019, Pages: 23-32
Received: Jan. 31, 2019; Accepted: Mar. 19, 2019; Published: Apr. 29, 2019
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Ha Nam Khanh Giao, Faculty of Air Transport Facilities, Vietnam Aviation Academy, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Abstract
The research aims at investigating how the factors of corporation culture affect on the staff’s commitment at CMC Telecom Vietnam, by intervewing 199 staff. The method of convenience sampling, Cronbach’s Alpha analysis, EFA analysis and multiple regression analysis were used with the SPSS program. The result shows that the affects of the factors of corporation culture on the staff’s commitment at CMC Telecom Vietnam decreasingly: Innovativeness, Teamwork, Training and Development, Reward and Record, Organization Communication. The research also suggests some managerial recommendations to the corporate management to enhance the commitment of the staff.
Keywords
Organization Culture, Staff’s Commitment, CMC Telecom Vietnam
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Ha Nam Khanh Giao, The Effect of Corporation Culture on the Staff’s Commitment in CMC Telecom Vietnam, Science Journal of Business and Management. Vol. 7, No. 1, 2019, pp. 23-32. doi: 10.11648/j.sjbm.20190701.14
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