The purposes of this study were to examine a relationship of perceived organizational support (POS) towards organizational culture performance as well as a mediating role of organizational trust and organizational commitment (OC) and to validate the causal relationship model of POS towards organizational culture performance based on the job performance theory (Albanese, 1981). The participants of this study were 400 employees of real estate business in Bangkok, Thailand. Self-report questionnaires were used for data collection. Also, the data were analyzed by using path analysis among these variables. The results revealed that the causal model was good fit to the empirical data. The organizational culture performance had positive association with POS, organizational trust and OC. Additionally, The POS had an indirect effect on organizational culture performance through organizational trust and OC. Implications of this finding are discussed and future course of research is suggested.
Suppawat Khuthanapong, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
Sittipong Wattananonsakul, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
Stream: General Psychology
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