publication . Thesis . 2007

The effects of psychological contract violation on employees' commitment to organizational change

Ran, Yuhong;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007
  • Country: Canada
Abstract
This research examines the relationship between the perceived psychological contract violation and employee’s commitment to organizational change in business merger situation. Through the research, it shows that perceived psychological contract violation will significantly reduce the employees’ affective commitment to organizational change; increase continuance commitment to organizational change, but will not significantly affect the normative commitment to organizational change. Also, the employee’s personality (conscientiousness) does not significantly moderate the relationship between perceived psychological contract violation and the employee’s affective, c...
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Table 1. Demographic Background Data.......................................................................... 17 Table 2. Measures for the Study and Reliability Test ....................................................... 18 Table 3. Factor Analysis of Commitment to Organizational Change Items .....................23 Table 4. Correlation Matrix ..............................................................................................24 Table 5. Regression Analysis for Commitment to Organizational Change ......................26 Raja, U., Johns, G. and Ntalianis. F. (2004). The impact of personality on psychological contracts. Academy of Management Journal. 47(3): 350-367

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