This research is undertaken to examine the influence of family relationships on attitudes of the second generation working in their parents' family businesses. Two specific family variables are delineated: family cohesion and family adaptability. The outcome variables are organizational commitment, job satisfaction, life satisfaction, and propensity to leave. Relationships among outcome variables are also examined. A survey questionnaire is used as the research instrument. Results and implications of findings are discussed.
|Journal||Family Business Review|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
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- ANTECEDENTS 作者信息
- LIFE SATISFACTION
- ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT