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Social and economic exchange in the employee-organization relationship: the moderating role of reciprocation wariness
Journal of Managerial Psychology (2009)
  • L. M. Shore, San Diego State University
  • W. H. Boomer
  • Alaka Rao, San Jose State University
  • J. Seo
Abstract
This paper examines the relationships that social and economic exchanges, two elements of the employee-organization relationship (EOR), had with affective commitment, turnover intentions, employer trust, and altruism. The paper also aims to determine whether reciprocation wariness, reflecting fear of exploitation in reciprocation, moderated relationships that exchange elements had with outcomes
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2009
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Citation Information
L. M. Shore, W. H. Boomer, Alaka Rao and J. Seo. "Social and economic exchange in the employee-organization relationship: the moderating role of reciprocation wariness" Journal of Managerial Psychology Vol. 24 Iss. 8 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alaka_rao/1/