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Work stress, self-efficacy, Chinese work values, and work well-being in Hong Kong and BeijingInternational Journal of Stress Management
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AbstractThe authors tested the direct and moderating effects of self-efficacy and Chinese work values on relationships between job stressors and work well-being among employees in Hong Kong and Beijing. A self-administered questionnaire survey was conducted to collect data from 105 and 129 employees in Hong Kong and Beijing, respectively. The results revealed that self-efficacy was positively related to job satisfaction in both samples. Self-efficacy was found to be a stress moderator in some of the stressor-work well-being relationships for both samples. The direct effect of Chinese work values on work well-being was minimal, and its moderating effects were partially demonstrated in some of the stressor-job satisfaction relationships.
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Citation InformationSiu, O.-l., Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., & Lu, C.-q. (2005). Work stress, self-efficacy, Chinese work values, and work well-being in Hong Kong and Beijing. International Journal of Stress Management,12(3), 274-288. doi: 10.1037/1072-5245.12.3.274