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The Role of Job Security in Understanding the Relationship Between Employees' Perceptions of Temporary Workers and Employees' Performance.

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Fecha

2005

Autores

Maria Kraimer, Sandy Wayne , y Robert Liden

Resumen

On the basis of psychological contract and social cognition theories, the authors explored the role of full-time employees' perceived job security in explaining their reactions to the use of temporary workers by using a sample of 149 full-time employees who worked with temporaries. As hypothesized, employees' perceived job security negatively related to their perceptions that temporaries pose a threat to their jobs, but it did not relate to their perceptions that temporaries are beneficial. Furthermore, employees' job security moderated the relationships between benefit and threat perceptions and supervisor ratings of job performance. For those with high job security, there was a positive relationship between benefit perceptions and performance. For those with low job security, there was a negative relationship between threat perceptions and performance. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

Journal title

Journal of Applied Psychology

Volumen

90

Número

2

Conexiones

Los sectores económicos

General relevance - all sectors

Tipos de contenido

Statistics on work and life conditions

Los grupos destinatarios

Los investigadores

Relevancia geográfica

Estados Unidos, Global relevance, y Regional relevance

Esferas de la actividad

Psicología

Idiomas

Inglés