||The purpose of this investigation is based on the model proposed by Ferris et al. (1989) to explore the moderating effect on the relation between the perceptions of organizational politics and job performance, intention to turnover, job involvement, job stress, citizenship behavior, job satisfaction & organizational commitment. Data collected from 1653 employees of Taiwan enterprises. The data were analyzed by applying statistical methods, including factor analysis, reliability, correlation, regression and canonical correlation analysis. The major findings of this study are as fallow: |
Perceptions of organizational politics were found have the negative relationships with job performance, job involvement, citizenship behavior, job satisfaction and organizational commitment; and perceptions of organizational politics were found have the positive relationships with turnover intention and job stress.
Understanding, control, locus of control, type A personality and tenure with supervisor as moderators of the relationships between perceptions of organizational politics and all outcome variables was examined. Results indicated that understanding, control, locus of control, type A personality can moderate the relationship between organizational politics and outcome variables. But tenure with supervisor can not moderate the relationship between organizational politics and outcome variables.