Relationship among Individual Level Factors in Career Development System of Civil Service
Pilkauskaitė Valickienė, Rasa
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Career development is the inseparable part of the system of human resource management of any social organisation. The basic idea underlying the contemporary model of career development is that dynamically changing organisations and dynamically developed careers of the employees must be considered to be the phenomena complementing each other. The aim of this research was to carry out empirical analysis of individual level career development factors in the civil service of Lithuania and to determine their level of expression and the mechanisms of their interaction. The data indicate that career satisfaction has a stronger influence than job satisfaction on such career development results as work engagement, commitment to work in the civil service and subjective well-being.
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