Role ambiguity, role conflict, and satisfaction: Moderating effects of individual differences.

The moderating effects of need for achievement and need for independence on relationships between role ambiguity, role conflict, and job satisfaction were investigated

Thomas W. Johnson

2006

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  • The moderating effects of need for achievement and need for independence on relationships between role ambiguity, role conflict, and job satisfaction were investigated
  • Results indicated that need for achievement moderates relationships between intersender role conflict and satisfaction and between task ambiguity and satisfaction, while need for independence moderates the relationship between intersender conflict and satisfaction

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