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作者 Herda, David N
書名 Social exchange and post-employment citizenship: Evidence from public accounting
國際標準書號 9781124055466
book jacket
說明 91 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 71-07, Section: A, page: 2532
Adviser: Martin E. Taylor
Thesis (Ph.D.)--The University of Texas at Arlington, 2010
In this study I examine why some ex-employees more than others choose to benefit their former firm (post-employment citizenship). The study is based on social exchange theory and involves former employees of a Big Four accounting firm. Among individuals who left the firm voluntarily, post-employment citizenship was found to be predicted by a two-phase social exchange relationship between employees and the firm, and the two-phases, represented by during-employment perceived organizational support and during-employment organizational commitment, partially mediated the relationship between during-employment organizational fairness and post-employment citizenship. For layoff victims, I extend Brockner, Tyler, and Cooper-Schneider's (1992) research on the interaction between prior commitment and layoff fairness by studying the attitudes and behavior of layoff victims, as opposed to survivors. I found that procedural fairness of the layoff decision was positively associated with post-employment citizenship and that this relationship was moderated by victims' commitment to the organization prior to the layoff
School code: 2502
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 71-07A
主題 Business Administration, Accounting
Psychology, Industrial
Alt Author The University of Texas at Arlington. Accounting
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