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論文名稱
Title
找到自己的舞台:人力資源系統中的員工主動出擊
Shine for the Career: Employees’ Proactive Roles in the High Performance Work Systems
系所名稱
Department
畢業學年期
Year, semester
語文別
Language
學位類別
Degree
頁數
Number of pages
50
研究生
Author
指導教授
Advisor
召集委員
Convenor
口試委員
Advisory Committee
口試日期
Date of Exam
2019-06-26
繳交日期
Date of Submission
2019-07-03
關鍵字
Keywords
工作要求-資源理論、AMO觀點、工作型塑、主觀性職涯成功、高績效工作系統
JD-R model, AMO model, Subjective Career Success, HPWSs, Job Crafting
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中文摘要
國內外大部分文獻都研究了高績效工作系統(HPWS)對於組織的好處及影響,例如銷售增長、感知公司表現、和創新,以及員工工作滿意度,工作投入和工作績效。然而,很少對於HPWS的研究關注了員工的工作態度和行為,例如工作型塑和主觀職涯成功。因此本研究揭示了HPWS與員工主觀職涯成功的關係,以及工作型塑行為對兩個研究變數關係的中介效果。233名研究對象來自台灣39間不同行業的公司,在各企業主管了解研究目的並接受邀約後,完成了問卷調查。此問卷調查採用時間滯後(time-lagged)設計,在第一階段所蒐集的變數為高績效工作系統,經過六週後,在第二階段的問卷蒐集工作型塑之變數,最後再經過六週後,蒐集員工的主觀職涯成功,以完成整個問卷調查過程。收集的數據使用SPSS迴歸和PROCESS bootstrapping來進行分析。本研究經實證研究後,結果表明工作型塑的行為連接了人力資源實踐與員工主觀職涯成功的關係。本研究也討論了這些發現的理論意義和實做建議。
Abstract
Much of literature has examined the impact of high-performance work systems (HPWS) on organizational benefits, such as sales growth, perceptual firm performance, and innovation, as well as employee job satisfaction, work engagement, and job performance. However, little HPWS research has paid attention to employee working attitude and behaviors, such as job crafting and subjective career success. Thus, this study reveals the connection of HPWS and employee subjective career success, as well the effects of job crafting behaviors as the mediation on the relationship of two study variables. A sample of 233 participants from 5 different industries in Taiwan completed 3 time-lag designed questionnaires with 6 weeks in between. The collected data was analyzed using SPSS regression and PROCESS bootstrapping. Results show that job crafting behaviors connect the relationship of HR practices and employee subjective career success. Practical and theoretical implications of the findings are discussed in this study.
目次 Table of Contents
Table of Content
論文審定書 i
摘要 ii
Abstract iii
Table of Content iv
List of Figures and Tables v
1. Introduction 1
2. Literature Review 6
2-1 Attributes of HPWS 6
2-2 Job Crafting Theory 8
2-3 Theoretical Background and Hypotheses Developments 10
2-3-1 The Relationship Between HPWS and Employee Subjective Career Success 12
2-3-2 The Relationship Between HPWS and Employee Job Crafting 14
2-3-3 The Relationship Between Employee Job Crafting and Subjective Career Success 15
2-3-4 The Mediating Role of Job Crafting Between HPWS and Employee Subjective Career Success. 17
3. Methods 19
3-1 Sample and Procedures 19
3-2 Measures 21
4. Results 25
5. Discussion 29
5-1 Summary of Findings 29
5-2 Implications for Theory and Research 31
5-3 Practical Implications 32
5-4 Research Limitations and Future Research Directions 33
6. Conclusions 34
7. Reference 35
8. Appendix 40
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