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||Perceptions of Organizational Politics in Organization and its Impact on Work Attitude within the organization – An Empirical Study of one company in Southern Taiwan|
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Perceptions of Organizational Politics
This study examined the Perceptions of Politics Model （Ferris, Russ and Fandt, 1989）to investigate whether understanding and perceived control might alleviate the negative influence of perceptions of organizational politics.
The Model was tested on data collected from 482 employees of a food organization indicated that employees’ Perception of organizational politics related negatively to job involvement, job satisfaction and organizational commitment, also related positively to job stress.
By using multiple regression analysis on the data revealed that perceptions of organizational politics are to address negative impact of job involvement, job satisfaction and organizational commitment, in addition, perceptions of organizational politics are more strongly impacted to job stress.
Understanding and Perceived Control as moderators of the relationships between perceptions of organizational politics and several outcome variables were examined. Results of hierarchical moderated regression analysis indicated that understanding and Perceived Control were significant predictors. Understanding moderated the outcome relationship between politics and organizational commitment, meanwhile, Perceived Control only moderated the outcome relationship between politics and job involvement.
||Shyh-jer Chen - chair|
Jin-feng Uen - co-chair
Chin-ming Ho - advisor
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