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dc.contributor.authorGajic A.-
dc.contributor.authorPetrović, Marko D.-
dc.contributor.authorRadovanovic, Milan-
dc.contributor.authorVukovic, Darko-
dc.contributor.authorDimitrovski, Darko-
dc.contributor.authorYakovenko, Nataliya-
dc.description.abstractEmployee satisfaction is the main factor achieving high work performance, providing quality services in the tourism sector, which directly affects the increase in productivity and commitment to the organization. The research is focused on determining the factors of job satisfaction and commitment to the institution by the female workforce. The authors conducted a survey in tourism companies in Novi Sad (the second-largest city in Serbia), based on a sample of 610 women in total, using a standardized MSQ questionnaire for job satisfaction, and Meyer and Allen's organizational commitment scale. Three multiple regression analyses were used to determine the relationship between job satisfaction factors and organizational commitment factors. The results confirm the existence and strength of correlation between satisfaction factors and types of organizational commitment, and the fact that the position of women in the tourism sector is not at an enviable level, and that they remain in the same organization because of the small number of alternatives and moral obligations.-
dc.sourceSustainability (Switzerland)-
dc.titleWomen’s role in organizational commitment and job satisfaction in the travel industry—an evidence from the urban setting-
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