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The effect of organizational member’s allocentrism-idiocentrism on the emotion expression and favoritism

In this article, three studies were performed to investigate the differences of the tendency to regulate emotion expression in terms of the organizational member’s cultural dispositions. Study 1...

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The buffering effects of positive emotion on the relationship between interpersonal conflict and relationship damage

The purpose of the present research was to examine the buffering effects of positive emotion on the relationship between interpersonal conflict and relationship damage. The present research proposed...

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Calling and continuous learning activity

  The goal of the present study was to examine the influence of goal orientation and perceived learning support on the relationship between calling and continuous learning activity...

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The effects work engagement and generativity on post-retirement preparation

The post-retirement preparation of middle & young-old aged workers before their complete labor force withdrawal have received more attention in countries where aging society is progressing rapidly. Given...

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Validation of the career adaptability scale

The purpose of this study was to test validity of the Korean version of the Career Adaptability Scale(CAAS) developed by Savickas(2012) based on two samples of employees. In...

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The effects of personal characteristics on employee voice behaviors

The purpose of this study was to examine the validity of four different types of voice behavior developed by Maynes and Podsakoff(2013). In addition, relation of personal characteristics...

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Evaluation of the three-component model of organizational commitment in South Korea

Allen and Meyer’s(1990) 3-component model of organizational commitment(OC) was investigated using exploratory structural equation modeling(ESEM) with samples of full-time social workers at social welfare organizations in South Korea....

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“Mission Matters”

The current study tested whether organizational trust mediated the relationship between perceived corporate social responsibility(CSR) and organizational identification(OI). In order to investigate the hypotheses, 11843 employees in private...

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The newcomer’s psychological contract breach and its change

This study has two primary aims: (1) to investigate the relationship between how the newcomer perceives employer promises psychological contract breach, and (2) to understand how these rates...

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The effect of role stress on organizational commitment

The first purpose of the study was to examine the mediating effect of psychological contract breach in the relationship between role stress(role ambiguity, role conflict, and role overload)...

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