Job security and work outcomes in China: Perceived organizational support as mediator

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Hongchun Wang
Bing Ma
Xue Liu
Shanshi Liu
Cite this article:  Wang, H., Ma, B., Liu, X., & Liu, S. (2014). Job security and work outcomes in China: Perceived organizational support as mediator. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 42(7), 1069-1076.


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We explored the mediating role of perceived organizational support (POS) on the relationship between job security and 2 dimensions important in employee work outcomes: extrarole behavior and turnover intention. Participants were 212 subordinate team members and their supervisors, who were employed by an air transportation group in China, and found that POS partially mediated the relationship between job security and extrarole behavior and fully mediated the relationship between job security and turnover intention. Implications for management practice and limitations in this study are discussed.

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