Exploring the Antecedents of Support for Employment Participation
|篇名||Exploring the Antecedents of Support for Employment Participation|
The purpose of this paper is to explore the effects of employee satisfaction with human resource practices, organizational commitment and union instrumentality on support for diverse forms of employee participation in Taiwan's privatizing firms. Based on a survey of 1,344 employees at three Taiwan's state-owned enterprises in 1998, we found that (1)employee satisfaction with human resource practices was positively related to employees' support for consultative participation and negatively associated with support for advanced representational participation and employee ownership; (2)organizational commitment was negatively related to employees' support for advanced representational participation; and (3)union instrumentality was positively associated with employees' support for consultative, conventional representational, and substantive participation.
|关键词||Employee Participation, Human Resource Practices|