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An Empirical Study on Relativity among Ethical Climate, Organizational Commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behaviors of Chain Hotel
Chain Hotel;Ethical Climate;Organizational Commitment;Organizational Citizenship Behavior
|Issue Date: ||2013-07-11T06:38:43Z
This study attempts to explore the relationship on ethical climate, organizational commitment and organizational citizenship behaviors of chain hotel in Taiwan. It uses path analysis to understand which ethical climate influence on organizational commitment and organizational citizenship behaviors. The study also examines the impact of organizational commitment to organizational citizenship behaviors. Subjects in the study included 178 employees from Taiwan hotels. The relationships among variables were assessed by descriptive statistics, item analysis, factor analysis, reliability, correlations, and regression. The important conclusion was followed: there has significant impact of 4.1% in ethical climate and organizational citizenship behaviors; there has significant impact of 36.1% in ethical climate to organizational commitment; there has significant impact of 14.1% in ethical climate and organizational commitment to organizational citizenship behaviors. Organizational commitment portrays an intervening effect to ethical climate and organizational citizenship behaviors. Based on the evidence results, the study intends to propose a few suggestions for continual research and management practice.
|Relation: ||觀光旅遊研究學刊, 4(2): 55-68|
|Appears in Collections:||[商業教育學系] 期刊論文|
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