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A Study on the Relationship between the Relocation Types to Sejong City and Government Officials’ Job Satisfaction: Focusing on Moderating Effect of Superior’s Leadership

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2017, 28(3), pp.83-111
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

Minji Oh 1 An, Sunmin 1 Soo-Young Lee 1

1서울대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study explores the differential effects of the types of relocation to Sejong city on government officials’ job satisfaction following the perspective of work-life balance, and the positive moderating effect of superior’s leadership as an organizational/personnel management factor. The types of relocation is divided into four groups: (1) never relocated, (2) relocated with family, (3) relocated alone, (4) travel to work(with no change in residence). The results show that the types of relocation have statistically significant and variant effects on job satisfaction, but all effects are negative. The superior’s leadership in this situation lets ease the negative effect of ‘travel to work’ type. This findings suggest the relocation of workplace cause personal role conflict, which brings about work to family conflict, and it finally reduce the work attitude again with home-to-job spillover. This paper also proposes that employees are under the dissimilar stress given that the differences of job satisfaction in each type, which requires that contingent policy for each type is needed. Above all thing, it is empirically suggested that managerial factor is important to resolve the job satisfaction problem, and contingent policy needed for employees with the leadership effect.

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