||In the times of globalization, informationization, rapid changing knowledge economy, corporate are facing intensive challenges. Management team knows that they should not only focus on competitive landscape but also enhance human capital in order to strengthen competitiveness and rejuvenate the organization. Accordingly, employees are motivated by every kind of intentions. They regard the degree of support of their work in the organization, the more they satisfy, the more they feel interested with the job, which might commit themselves to meet the organization’s goal and be proud to be one of the whole team.|
This research is to test if employee perceived organizational support has an mediating effect to high performance work systems and employee’s job change intention.
This study collects data along with a 2- phase questionnaire, which were filled out by first-line servicing employee, with a total of 260 valid samples. In phase I analyzed high performance work system measurement result, phase II started 2 weeks after phase I questionnaire in order to prevent common method variance, which collected perceived organizational support and employee’s job change intention.
In this study, the result shows that high performance work systems have a significant impact on employee perceived organizational support, and have the negative impact on employee’s job change intention. Moreover, employee perceived organizational support has a negative impact on employee’s job change intention while it has the mediating effect between high performance work systems and job change intention.
Keywords：High Performance Work Systems, Employee Perceived Organizational Support, Employee's Job change intention