Modelling The Influence Of Workplace Spirituality, Quality Of Work Life, Expectations Towards Work On Commitment To Long-Term Career Of Employees In Gauteng Province, South Africa

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Elizabeth Chinomona

Keywords

Workplace Spirituality, Quality of Work Life, Expectations Towards Work, Commitment to Long Term Career, Affective Events Theory

Abstract

Businesses are getting better, bigger, more integrated and more complex in this era. The recognition of the influence and importance of quality of work life can be beneficial to employees and employers in a business. If an employee’s expectation are met, they have a clear and concise perception toward their work contributing to long-term career. The principle of this study is to demonstrate the influence of quality of work life, expectations towards work and perception of work on commitment to long-term career on the employees in the Gauteng province of South Africa. A quantitative research design was utilized and a sample of 250 employees in managerial and non-managerial employees was used. The study uses smart PLS to do data analysis. The outcomes of this study showed the acceptance of all the hypotheses that there is a significant influence of quality of work life, expectations towards work and perception of work life on commitment to long-term career. 

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