Work Values and Demographic Variables Affecting Non‐financial Employment Commitment

Moshe Sharabi

Abstract


The most common indicator of Non-Financial Employment Commitment (NFEC) is the classic "Lottery Question" which asked whether a person would continue working if he/she won a lottery or inherited a large sum of money. The objective of this cross-sectional research is to identify the demographic variables and the Meaning of Work (MOW) dimensions that could predict one’s NFEC. Another objective of the study is to present the main international findings of NFEC via the “Lottery Question” over the course of time. The findings reveal a decrease in NFEC in the new millennium after two decades of high and stable NFEC. Results of the logistic regression analysis indicate that the predictors of NFEC have changed over time. The findings are examined in light of changes observed in Israeli society, as well as implications for work and employment.

 

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