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URN etd-0720112-193645
Author Hsiu-mei Hsiao
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Department EMBA
Year 2011
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A study on the influence of the staying employees’ job insecurity and working attitude under corporate merger : Take C company as an example
Date of Defense 2012-05-11
Page Count 71
Keyword
  • job insecurity
  • job involvement
  • job satisfaction
  • organizational commitment
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Abstract This study is mainly working on the influence of the staying employees’ citizenship behaviors and working attitude under corporate merger, under the background of integration upstream parts and components by optoelectronic company. The subjects to study are organizational commitment, job insecurity and job satisfaction..
    This study aimed to understand employees’ mentality and coworker relations by interviewing 3 management members and 7 employees by adapting qualitative analysis
    Those who accept to stay in the merged company usually feel unsafety in their mind and show bad interaction with employees of the merger. The job insecurity will affect employees’ organizational commitment, job involvement, and job satisfaction. The most important is that the support from the direct supervisor will strongly influence the job satisfaction and performance of subordinators. The better interaction, the stronger support from the direct supervisor which subordinators will feel.
    Advisory Committee
  • Huang, Ying-Fang - chair
  • Jaw, Bih-Shiaw - co-chair
  • Wang, Yu-Ping - advisor
  • Chen, Wan-Ching - advisor
  • Files
  • etd-0720112-193645.pdf
  • Indicate in-campus at 99 year and off-campus access at 99 year.
    Date of Submission 2012-07-20

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