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Document Type Master's Dissertation
Author Sangweni, Nozipho
URN etd-07032011-124711
Document Title Spirit at work and the South African public health workers’ organisational commitment
Degree MBA
Department Gordon Institute of Business Science
Supervisor
Advisor Name Title
Dr M Adonisi Supervisor
Keywords
  • organisational commitment
  • spirit at work
  • public health institutions
  • spirituality in the workplace
Date 2010-11-10
Availability unrestricted
Abstract

This study makes an empirical examination of the relationship between spirit at work and organisational commitment. It examines the organisational factors that foster spirit at work in individuals. A cross-sectional survey design was used to answer three research questions. The sample consisted of medical professionals. A mail survey was administered at three public hospitals. A positive correlation was found between spirit at work and organizational commitment. Sense of community emerged as central to fostering spirit at work.

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