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Turnover intention and performance in China : the role of positive affectivity, Chinese values, perceived organizational support and constructive controversy
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
  • Chun HUI, Department of Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Shiu Ho, Alfred WONG, Department of Management, Lingnan University
  • Dean William TJOSVOLD, Department of Management, Lingnan University
Document Type
Journal article
Publication Date
12-1-2007
Abstract
This study examines antecedents of turnover intention and job performance in China. The total sample consisted of 153 employees in a toy manufacturing factory in South China. Data from matched supervisor and subordinate responses supported the hypotheses that the workplace experience of perceived organizational support related to turnover intention which in-turn related to individual job performance. Findings also indicated that the employees with traditional values and positive affectivity related significantly to perceived organizational support.
DOI
10.1348/096317906X171037
E-ISSN
20448325
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Hui, C., Wong, A., & Tjosvold, D. (2007). Turnover intention and performance in China: The role of positive affectivity, Chinese values, perceived organizational support and constructive controversy. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 80(4), 735-751. doi: 10.1348/096317906X171037