Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment?

This study examines a model involving Human Resource Management (HRM) practices, perceived organizational support, and organizational commitment. It was hypothesized that HRM practices (performance appraisal, training and career development) will be positively related to organizational commitment...

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Main Authors: Mohd. Nasurdin, Aizzat, Hemdi, Mohamad Abdullah, Lye , Phei Guat
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Language:English
Published: Asian Academy of Management (AAM) 2008
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spelling my.usm.eprints.36066 http://eprints.usm.my/36066/ Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment? Mohd. Nasurdin, Aizzat Hemdi, Mohamad Abdullah Lye , Phei Guat HD28-70 Management. Industrial Management This study examines a model involving Human Resource Management (HRM) practices, perceived organizational support, and organizational commitment. It was hypothesized that HRM practices (performance appraisal, training and career development) will be positively related to organizational commitment, and that perceived organizational support would serve as a mediator in the relationship between HRM practices and commitment. The statistical results on data gathered from a sample of 214 employees within the Malaysian manufacturing sector demonstrated that career development and performance appraisal have direct, positive and significant relationships with organizational commitment. In addition, perceived organizational support was found to partially mediate the relationships between two of the three HRM practices (career development and performance appraisal) and commitment. Theoretical and managerial implications are suggested. Asian Academy of Management (AAM) 2008 Article PeerReviewed application/pdf en http://eprints.usm.my/36066/1/AAMJ_13-1-2.pdf Mohd. Nasurdin, Aizzat and Hemdi, Mohamad Abdullah and Lye , Phei Guat (2008) Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment? Asian Academy of Management Journal (AAMJ), 13 (1). pp. 1-22. ISSN 1394-2603 http://web.usm.my/aamj/13.1.2008/AAMJ%2013-1-2.pdf
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topic HD28-70 Management. Industrial Management
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Mohd. Nasurdin, Aizzat
Hemdi, Mohamad Abdullah
Lye , Phei Guat
Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment?
description This study examines a model involving Human Resource Management (HRM) practices, perceived organizational support, and organizational commitment. It was hypothesized that HRM practices (performance appraisal, training and career development) will be positively related to organizational commitment, and that perceived organizational support would serve as a mediator in the relationship between HRM practices and commitment. The statistical results on data gathered from a sample of 214 employees within the Malaysian manufacturing sector demonstrated that career development and performance appraisal have direct, positive and significant relationships with organizational commitment. In addition, perceived organizational support was found to partially mediate the relationships between two of the three HRM practices (career development and performance appraisal) and commitment. Theoretical and managerial implications are suggested.
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author Mohd. Nasurdin, Aizzat
Hemdi, Mohamad Abdullah
Lye , Phei Guat
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Hemdi, Mohamad Abdullah
Lye , Phei Guat
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title Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment?
title_short Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment?
title_full Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment?
title_fullStr Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment?
title_full_unstemmed Does Perceived Organizational Support Mediate The Relationship Between Human Resource Management Practices And Organizational Commitment?
title_sort does perceived organizational support mediate the relationship between human resource management practices and organizational commitment?
publisher Asian Academy of Management (AAM)
publishDate 2008
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