||According to the report, in the year 2008 there are more than 14,000 Employees' Welfare Committees, which proves Employees' Welfare Committee plays an important role between the employers and the employees in Taiwan . Therefore, in this study, we will try to compare two groups of people (participant and non-participant) to differentiate the differences in PSS (perceived supervisor support) , POS ( perceived organizational support) and OCBs ( organizational citizenship behavior ). Besides, we will also exanimate the composition of Employees' Welfare Committee to see if the people who have participated in Employees' Welfare Committee will trigger higher POS or PSS, and with a higher PSS or POS. Employees will be more motivated in their job performance and will work beyond the responsibilities given . |
This survey shows that the differences in PSS and POS between the two groups are not significant, however, the participated group in one dimension of OCBs ─ Organizational Identification is significant. The further analysis shows that the number of members, the way of election, the welfares offered by the committee will have positive relationships with PSS and POS by assigning the HR to the committee. What’s more, if the organizations can make good use of these components to let their employees perceive and understand how their organizations or supervisors put efforts on them when they participate in the Welfare Committee. Furthermore to influence employees to exhibit behavior which is not explicitly recognized by formal reward system but expected to be positively related to measures of organizational effects.