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|Title: ||AN OPTIMIZATION MODEL FOR EMPLOYEE AUTONOMY,|
MANAGERIAL CONTROL, AND EMPLOYEES’ LIFE SATISFACTION
|Authors: ||Cheng, Cheng-Feng|
|Keywords: ||Prospect theory;Managerial practices;Autonomy;Conflict;Employee’s life satisfaction|
|Issue Date: ||2014-12-12T04:22:12Z
|Abstract: ||This paper develops a mathematical model based on the prospect theory to identify the optimal guidelines of managerial practices in achieving employee’s life satisfaction. The study first applies prospect theory to identify the impacts of employee autonomy and managerial control on employee’s life satisfaction. Five propositions are developed to explain the phenomenon of employee’s work-family conflict and their life|
satisfaction. Third, through the natural logarithms and multiple regression functions, conforming to the law of diminishing marginal utility, we learned the optimal values of employee life satisfaction resulting from employee autonomy and managerial control. Accordingly, we generate the optimal guidelines to exert managerial practices. The results present guidelines of managerial practices to maximize employee life satisfaction.
|Relation: ||Review of Global Management and Service Science, 4: 1-12|
|Appears in Collections:||[全球管理暨服務科學評論] 第四卷|
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