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Title: Effects of Career Commitment on Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Organizational Retaliatory Behavior : Moderating Effect of Job Interdependence
Authors: UEDA, Yutaka
上田, 泰
Keywords: career commitment
job interdependence
organizational citizenship behavior
organizational retaliatory behavior
Issue Date: Oct-2023
Publisher: 成蹊大学
Abstract: This study examined whether career commitment impacts organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) and organizational retaliatory behavior (ORB). We hypothesized that individuals with high career commitment perform more OCB and less ORB when they work in a context where they strongly interact with coworkers to attain group or organizational objectives. Using data collected from 416 workers in Japan, our empirical study revealed that career commitment had a positive impact on OCB and a negative impact on ORB, which was moderated by job interdependence such that the impact was more substantial when job interdependence was high than when it was low. Implications for future studies are presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10928/1637
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