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Reciprocation of Perceived Organizational Support

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The Human Relations school of managerial thought (e.g., Roethlisberger and Dickson, 1967), which basically argues that employee performance will improve as the employment relationship improves, has resulted in a wide variety of theories attempting to explain why this change occurs. One of the most prominent of those theories is social exchange theory (e.g., Blau, 1964), which is supplemented by the norm of reciprocity (e.g., Gouldner, 1960). The explanation provided by social exchange argues that the employee may perform at a higher level because s/he perceives an obligation to reciprocate for social "gifts" granted by the ...
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Mental structures that organize our knowledge about the social world. These mental structures influence the information we notice, think about, and remember. It encompasses our knowledge about many things-other people, ourselves, social roles and specific events. Commonly referred to as stereotypes. Example: Application: Watch from 15:55 to 17:59. In the video, Amy Poehler, the main character, takes the blame for accidentally shooting a co-worker in the back of the head. A park ranger comes to investigate, and clearly shows his bias toward women hunters. Even ... market research, surveys and trends
organizational work-culture and effective management of universities
The successful management of Universities and similar academic institutions requires a detailed planning, timely and appropriate decision making and skillful coordination of activities. The organizational structure of the institution, the model of governance it follows, and the work culture is the determinative factors in the successful management of academic institutions including Universities. An efficient management system, good inter-personal relationship and financial stability are pre-requisites. Broadly speaking, the term management of University per se is the art of guiding actions and controlling situations in a manner ... market research, surveys and trends


The Relationship between Perceived Organizational Support and the ...
Domestic Product, provide 76.1 million jobs, and encourage US$1 155 427 ..... perceived organizational support explained nine percent of the variance in .... “Reciprocation of perceived organizational support”. Journal of Applied ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Nigeria: Executive Recklessness And Interference In Sports
Alexis De Tocqueville the 18th Century French Philosopher, Thinker and Lawyer in his brilliant treatise and seminal work Democracy in America described Mexico’s Federalism as not having the same sense and spirit of the Federalism in the United States. Perhaps Tocqueville had Nigeria in mind, as his description is not far lost on Nigeria. Our government does have not the sense and spirit of in its practise of any form of government let alone the intricate nuances of federalism as espoused by Tocqueville. Whatever pretensions or delusions of grandeur we may have as a so called ‘giant’ of Africa or window dressing and prop ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Korea: Lessons and legacies of a memorable war
This Friday, we will commemorate the 60th anniversary of the beginning of the conventional phase of the Korean War, when communist forces staged a massive military offensive southward across the 38th parallel to reunite the nation. At first blush, this event would seem to provide few lessons or legacies still relevant 20 years after the Soviet-American contest for global hegemony ceased to define international politics. The United States today struggles to find a strategy to eliminate the use of terror as a political weapon and then unite the world behind its implementation. Understanding the origins, course and consequences of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Perceived Supervisor Support: Contributions to Perceived ...
Reciprocation of perceived organizational support. Journal of. Applied Psychology, 86, 42–51. Eisenberger, R., Cummings, J., Armeli, S., & Lynch, P. ( 1997). ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Theory - Perceived Organizational Support
Research on perceived organizational support began with the observation that if managers are concerned with their employees� commitment to the organization, employees are focused on the organization�s commitment to them. For employees, the organization serves as an important source of socioemotional resources, such as respect and caring, and tangible benefits, such as wages and medical benefits. Being regarded highly by the organization helps to meet employees� needs for approval, esteem, and affiliation. Positive valuation by the organization also provides an indication that increased effort will be noted and rewarded. ...
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Google Answers: Published Works on Business Psychology
What is the role of sincerity, honesty, passion for your work, and genuine concern for your customers in the success and failure of businesses? I am interested in the general answer to this question, and also, more specifically, the role of these issues in customer service. When I say passion for your work, I do not mean passion for profit-making - I mean passion for your actual craft. As a secondary issue, what is the impact of pretended sincerity or false politeness on the relationship between a company and its customers? I am looking more for a comprehensive list of references, with information on how to access them, than ...