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URN etd-0129112-194535
Author Tzu-I Chan
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Department Institute of Human Resource Management
Year 2011
Semester 1
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A study of the relationship among supervisor's job insecurity, job stress, abusive supervision, employee’s job engagement and innovative behavior.
Date of Defense 2012-01-13
Page Count 103
Keyword
  • job insecurity
  • work stress
  • innovative behavior
  • abusive supervision
  • job engagement
  • Abstract The study investigated the relationship among supervisor's job insecurity, job stress, abusive supervision, employee’s job engagement and innovative behavior. The author distributed 90 questionnaires for supervisors and 270 questionnaires for employees who work in research and development department. In all, questionnaires were completed by the 83 supervisor and 133 employees and analyzed by factor analysis, internal consistency analysis, regression analysis and path analysis to measure the relationship among the constructs.
    Research results found that: (1) Supervisor’s job insecurity and work stress was positively related to employee’s perception of abusive supervision. (2) Employee’s perception of abusive supervision was negatively related to their job engagement. (3) Employee’s job engagement was positively related to their innovative behavior. The results provide an idea that encourages researchers to explore other possible factors which cause abusive supervision in the future.
    Advisory Committee
  • Bih-Shiaw Jaw - chair
  • Yu-Ping Wang - co-chair
  • Ming-Chu Yu - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2012-01-29

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