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   2012, Vol. 20 Issue (7) : 1062-1067     DOI:
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The Construct, Measurement and Correlational Researches for Work Autonomy in the Productive Enterprises
WANG Yi-Fu;QIN Qi-Wen;ZHANG Jian-Ren
(1 Culture and Social Development School, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China)
(2 School of Educational Science, Huai Yin Normal University, Huaian 223300, China)
(3 School of Educational Science, Hu Nan Normal University, Changsha 410012, China)
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Abstract  Work autonomy, as the key variable of the job characteristics, refers to the degree of control or discretion in which an employee is able to implement on work methods, work scheduling, and work criteria which construct three dimensions of Work Autonomy Scale. Many researches revealed that work autonomy had significant effects on the outcome variables, such as job attitudes, job performances, and so on. Meanwhile, it moderated the relationships between the other variables. More confirmatory and intervening experiment researches should be conducted in local scene in future.
Keywords work autonomy      job control      job characteristics      productive enterprise     
Corresponding Authors: QIN Qi-Wen   
Issue Date: 15 July 2012
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WANG Yi-Fu,QIN Qi-Wen,ZHANG Jian-Ren. The Construct, Measurement and Correlational Researches for Work Autonomy in the Productive Enterprises[J]. , 2012, 20(7): 1062-1067.
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