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URN etd-0821114-141809
Author Pei-Fan Chen
Author's Email Address cpf@ms1.hinet.net
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Department Human Resource Management
Year 2014
Semester 1
Degree Ph.D.
Type of Document
Language English
Title The Impact of Human Resource Practices, Supervisor Support and Perceived Organizational Support
on Employee Performance
Date of Defense 2014-09-09
Page Count 61
Keyword
  • supervisor support
  • perceived organizational support
  • HR practices
  • organizational citizenship behaviors
  • in-role performance
  • Abstract This present study developed and tested a model of the interaction effects of HR practices and supervisor support on employees’ in-role performance, OCBI (organizational citizenship behavior –individual) and OCBO (organizational citizenship behavior–organization). This model predicted employees’ performance would be positively impacted by the interaction of HR practices and supervisor support through perceived organizational support (POS). A survey using time interval measurement among 539 employees from a large electronics and appliance sales company in Taiwan revealed that HR practices and supervisor support made significant joint contributions to employees’ performance. In addition, POS fully mediated the interaction of HR practices and supervisor support - employee performance relationship. Implications for research and practice of these results were discussed
    Advisory Committee
  • Lee, Yuan-Duen - chair
  • Du, Pey-Lan - co-chair
  • Jone, Kuen-Yung - co-chair
  • Chen, Shyh-Jer - co-chair
  • Huang, Liang-Chih - co-chair
  • Uen, Jin Feng - advisor
  • Huang , Ing-Chung - advisor
  • Files
  • etd-0821114-141809.pdf
  • Indicate in-campus at 5 year and off-campus access at 5 year.
    Date of Submission 2014-09-24

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