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Job Insecurity and Withdrawal Behavior: Examining Mechanisms and Boundary Conditions
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Wang, Yung - Chuan
Huang, Jie - Tsuen
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job insecurity, career adaptability, negative rumination, emotional exhaustion, withdrawal behavior
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Job insecurity is a work stressor that employees often experience in today’s organizations. Previous studies have demonstrated a positive association between job insecurity and employee withdrawal behavior. However, relatively little is known about how and when job insecurity leads to withdrawal behavior. Dawning upon perseverative cognition model and conservation of resource theory, this study proposed and tested a theoretical model wherein quantitative and qualitative job insecurity influenced withdrawal behavior through negative rumination and emotional exhaustion, with career adaptability acting as a dispositional moderator. Two-wave time-lagged data were collected from a sample of 324 full-time employees in Taiwan. The results showed that both quantitative and qualitative job insecurity had sequential indirect effects on employee withdrawal behavior through negative rumination and emotional exhaustion. However, this study did not find support for the moderating effect of career adaptability. Implications for managerial practices and suggestions for future research are discussed.
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摘 要 ii
目 錄 iv
圖 次 vi
表 次 vii
第壹章 緒論 1
第貳章 文獻探討 4
第參章 研究方法 17
第肆章 研究結果 21
第伍章 結論 30
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