The aim of this study is to test whether commitment-based human resource (HR) practices influences employees' job involvement via the mediating mechanism of organizational socialization. A survey-based methodology will be used to collect data from service firms within Taiwan, and hierarchical linear modeling analysis will be applied to examine the hypotheses model. This study will extend our understanding of the main effects of commitment-based HR practices on employee job involvement by highlighting the important mediating role of organizational socialization in the commitment-based HR practices and employee job involvement linkage. Implications of our analysis for theory and research will be discussed.
Hsing-Kuo Wang, National Quemoy University,Taiwan
Yu-Fang Yen, National Quemoy University,Taiwan
Stream: Comparative Studies of Asian and East Asian Studies
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