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Title: Human Resource Management and Affective Commitment: Manager-subordinate organizational trust as moderator.
Authors: Ferreira, Ana Teresa
Keating, José
Silva, Isabel
Keywords: trust in manager; moderator; HRM; affective commitment.
trust in manager; moderator; HRM; affective commitment.
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Calheiros, M.; Pereira, A.; Vagos, P.; Direito, I.; Garrido, M. & Lopes, D.Aveiro: Associação Portuguesa de Psicologia.
Citation: Ferreira, Ana Teresa, Keating, J., & Silva, I. (2013) Human Resource Management and Affective Commitment: Manager-subordinate organizational trust as moderator. In Calheiros, M.; Pereira, A.; Vagos, P.; Direito, I.; Garrido, M. & Lopes, D. (p. 177-178). Aveiro: Associação Portuguesa de Psicologia.
Abstract: There is a call for more research efforts to uncover the processes moderating HRm and organizational results (Bowen and Ostroff, 2004; Becker & Gerhart, 1996). This research intends to adress this call and test the relationship between human resource management and affective organizational commitment. Recent research has emphasized the importance of moderators that intervene in this process, including organizational trust. Trust between supervisor and subordinate will be tested as a moderator of the dimensions of HRM. We performed a cluster analysis and a hierarchical regression analysis with interactions on 1328 employees and managers from 21 portuguese organizations. The analysis was performed on PASWS 18. The results show organizational trust as the most important predictor in affectice commitment. Two of the dimensions of HRM have direct effect on commitment. Our results also show an interaction between trust and distributive justice
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11328/1176
ISBN: 978-989-96606-2-5
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