Correlations between performance and attitude variables were found in the literature and categorized by expert judges. Findings indicate that work performance is only slightly related to job satisfaction. The relationship of job involvement to organizational commitment was not established.
job involvment, performance, job satisfaction, professionals
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Brown, Steven P. and Peterson, Robert A., "A Meta-Analytic Study of Nomological Relationships Involving Work Performance and Job Attitudes" (1994). Historical Working Papers. 169.