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Corporate Social Networks Effects on Perceived Organizational Support and Perceived Supervisor Support
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  • Reza Vaezi, Department of Decision & Information Sciences University of Houston
Track
Information Systems for Sustainability and Global Competitiveness
Publication Date
8-6-2011
Abstract

Increasing use of online social network sites by organizations and their growing tendencies to establish an intraorganizationalsocial network necessitates academic attention as to how these social networks can affect organizationaloutcomes. To fill this gap by a margin, this paper will theorize and propose ways in which corporate social networks are ableto affect the perceived organizational support and the perceived supervisor support among employees. The study proposesthat organizational use of corporate social networks positively affect employees’ perceptions of supervisor support andorganizational support. It also suggests that the use of corporate social networks would help employees to have betterevaluation of social and organizational support.

Citation Information
Reza Vaezi. "Corporate Social Networks Effects on Perceived Organizational Support and Perceived Supervisor Support" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/reza_vaezi/4/