An examination of the relationship of employee involvement with job satisfaction, employee cooperation, and intention to quit in U.S. invested enterprise in ChinaInternational Journal of Organizational Analysis (2003)
AbstractIn a U.S. invested enterprise in China, the receptivity of Chinese employees to a participative work environment was examined. Structural equation analysis indicated support for a model in which job satisfaction mediates the relationships between elements of a participative work environment (i.e., tasks performed, the relationships individuals had with their work groups, and the nature of the decision making processes) and employee willingness to cooperate with co-workers and intention to quit. Task interdependence also had a direct relationship with willingness to cooperate.
Citation InformationDow Scott, J W Bishop and X Chen. "An examination of the relationship of employee involvement with job satisfaction, employee cooperation, and intention to quit in U.S. invested enterprise in China" International Journal of Organizational Analysis Vol. 11 Iss. 1 (2003)
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