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Becoming an employer of choice: assessing commitment in the hospitality workplace

, : Becoming an employer of choice: assessing commitment in the hospitality workplace. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 8(6): 3-9

This study determines whether there is a positive correlation between overall job satisfaction and commitment to the hospitality organization. A survey conducted at 94 accommodation properties in the USA elicited 7504 responses.

Accession: 002763225

DOI: 10.1108/09596119610129795

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