The Relationship Between Employees’ Job Satisfaction and Organizational Culture in Korea’s Manufacturing Industry: Focusing on Online Training Participation as a Moderator

Hae Na Kim

Abstract


This study intends to address the relationship between job satisfaction of employees and organizational culture in Korea’s manufacturing industry. In particular, this research addresses the role of online training participation as a moderator for the relationship between organizational culture and job satisfaction. Principal component analysis and hierarchical regression analysis were applied using the Korean Human Capital Corporate Dataset. The result of this study indicates higher job satisfaction under Clan culture or Adhocracy and Market cultures. Also, online training participation can enhance employees' job satisfaction and online training participation has a moderating effect for Adhocracy and Market cultures and job satisfaction. Therefore, the manufacturing companies of Korea need to build Adhocracy and Market cultures and to encourage online training participation for employees' higher job satisfaction.


Keywords


Manufacturing Industry; Online Training Participation; Organizational Culture; Job Satisfaction; Education and Training

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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC) – ISSN: 1867-5565
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