Family supportive work environment, perceptions of the employment relationship and employee work outcomes

Samuel Aryee, Tae-Yeol Kim, Cordia Chu, Seongmin Ryu

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Abstract

Data obtained from employed parents and their supervisors (N=230) in twelve South Korean organizations were used to test a model of the antecedents and outcomes of organizational social exchange. Structural equation modeling (SEM) results showed family supportive supervisor and perceived organizational family support to be related to organizational social exchange. Additionally, organizational social exchange was shown to be related to contextual performance and work withdrawal but indirectly through organization-based self-esteem. We discuss the implications of these findings for managing the employee-organization relationship in an increasingly diverse workforce.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventAcademy of Management Annual Conference 2012 - Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Duration: 11 Sep 201223 Sep 2012

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ConferenceAcademy of Management Annual Conference 2012
Abbreviated titleBAM 2012
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityCardiff
Period11/09/1223/09/12

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Work outcomes
Employees
Social exchange
Work environment
Supervisors
Contextual performance
Organization-based self-esteem
Workforce
Structural equation modeling
Family support

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Aryee, S., Kim, T-Y., Chu, C., & Ryu, S. (2012). Family supportive work environment, perceptions of the employment relationship and employee work outcomes. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Conference 2012, Cardiff, United Kingdom.
Aryee, Samuel ; Kim, Tae-Yeol ; Chu, Cordia ; Ryu, Seongmin. / Family supportive work environment, perceptions of the employment relationship and employee work outcomes. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Conference 2012, Cardiff, United Kingdom.
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Family supportive work environment, perceptions of the employment relationship and employee work outcomes. / Aryee, Samuel; Kim, Tae-Yeol; Chu, Cordia; Ryu, Seongmin.

2012. Paper presented at Academy of Management Annual Conference 2012, Cardiff, United Kingdom.

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