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Since the revision of the government's 'Non-regular Worker Protection Act' of July 2007, the attitude and behavior of the regular workers and non-regular workers based on employment types showed quite a different aspect in comparison to that of the past. In view of the uniqueness of the current situation, an attempt is made here to identify contrasting attitudes of the regular workers and non-regular workers in their relationship to organizational identification and organizational commitment and to present a strategic plan. The result of the present study can be summarized as follows: First, in the effect of organizational identification on organizational commitment, our analysis showed that the higher was the level of organizational identification, the higher were affective commitment and continuance commitment. Second, when the moderating effect of employment types in the effect of organizational identification on organizational commitment is checked, our analysis showed that the higher the level of organizational identification, affective commitment was more pronounced among non-regular workers rather than regular workers.