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Title: The relationship between Machiavellianism and job involvement among employees in an airline company in Malaysia
Authors: Subramaniam, Vasugi M.
Keywords: Machiavellianism
Job involvement
Airline's employees
Malaysia
Issue Date: May-2009
Publisher: University Malaya
Abstract: This study was aimed at analyzing the relationship between Machiavellianism orientation and job involvement among employees of an airline company in Malaysia. In the past, three studies have researched the area of Machiavellianism and job involvement in various contexts. Each study reported mixed findings. Data was collected from a heterogeneous sample of 337 employees. This study used self- reported methodology to collect a set of data for deriving the hypothesized model. The results of this study revealed that Machiavellianism orientation and job involvement are positively and significantly correlated. It was also found that there was a significant relationship between age and level of job involvement, however, no significant relationship was detected between gender and Machiavellianism orientation. In addition to this, based on the mean Mach score, it was found that Machiavellianism orientation among employees in this organization were much higher compared to previous studies.
Description: Dissertation -- Faculty of Business and Accountancy, University of Malaya, 2009.
URI: http://dspace.fsktm.um.edu.my/handle/1812/541
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