JSS  Vol.3 No.6 , June 2015
Personality Trait as Predictor of Affective Commitment
ABSTRACT

This research aims to investigate the influence of personality trait on affective commitment vocational teachers. The population of this survey is vocational teachers in a foundation in the field of education in Surabaya. The technique of collecting data uses questionnaires, while data analysis techniques use regression analysis. The results showed that personality trait had a significant influence on the affective organizational commitment of teachers in Vocational High School. In addition, it was found that two of the five personalities are trait agreeableness and conscientiousness that significantly influenced the affective organizational commitment. It means that teachers who have agreeableness and conscientiousness trait will have emotional attachment, identification and full involvement to organization.


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Izzati, U. , Suhariadi, F. and Hadi, C. (2015) Personality Trait as Predictor of Affective Commitment. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 34-39. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.36008.
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