The Impact of Relative Deprivation Perception and Job Insecurity on Performance

Abstract

The main purpose of this study is to understand the impact of individuals' relative deprivation perception and job insecurity on performance, but also to prevent or solve the mechanism, in other words, this study also wants to explore factors that can slow down relative deprivation perception and job insecurity to undermine performance, to explore from the perspective of cognitive assessment, to join the challenge appraisal to explore the effect of this negative impact mitigation. Challenge appraisal is the primary assessment in the cognitive evaluation model, an important process for the formation of cognition, and then influences motivation and effort. In view of the fact that the expansion of an organization is inevitably due to unequal or unfair distribution of resources or opportunities, it is difficult to avoid situations that in some ways create a sense of relative deprivation among employees and enhance their job insecurity, which in turn leads to underperformance that the organization does not enjoy, so this study will delve into this topic and try to identify factors to mitigate this situation.



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Shu-chuan Lee, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Lin Jian-Liang, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan
Hung Tsang-Kai, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan

Paper Information
Conference: ACERP2022
Stream: Business and Management Ethics

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