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|Title:||Moderating effects of work-based support on the relationship between job insecurity and its consequences|
Non-compliant job behaviours
|Source:||Lim, V.K.G. (1997). Moderating effects of work-based support on the relationship between job insecurity and its consequences. Work and Stress 11 (3) : 251-266. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||This study examined the moderating effects of work-based support (i.e. support provided by work colleagues and supervisor) on the relationship between job insecurity and (1) job dissatisfaction and (2) non-compliant job behaviours. Data were collected through a questionnaire sent by post to MBA alumni of a large university in the USA (n = 306). The results of moderated regression analysis showed that supervisor support and work colleague support significantly moderated the relationship between job insecurity and the two outcomes examined. These findings suggest that support derived from others at the workplace can contribute significantly in buffering individuals against job dissatisfaction and non-compliant job behaviours when their job security is at stake. The processes through which work-based support operates in moderating the relationship between job insecurity and its outcomes are discussed.|
|Source Title:||Work and Stress|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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