AP  >> Vol. 7 No. 5 (May 2017)

    员工心理契约违背的形成机制研究:基于工作–家庭关系的视角
    The Formation Mechanism of Psychological Contract Violation: Based on Work-Family Interface

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作者:  

刘崇瑞:北京电子科技学院,北京 ;
金家飞:西南财经大学工商管理学院, 四川 成都

关键词:
工作–家庭支持氛围工作–家庭侵入工作–家庭增益心理契约违背Work-Family Support Climate Work-Family Interference Work-Family Enrichment Psychological Contract Violation

摘要:

全球化时代工作–家庭关系日益成为影响员工相关结果的关键因素。本文以688名中国员工为研究对象,运用SPSS 22.0与Mplus 6.12统计软件,从工作–家庭关系的视角探索我国员工心理契约违背的形成机制。结果发现,工作–家庭支持氛围对心理契约违背具直接负向影响,亦可通过工作–家庭增益的中介作用对心理契约违背产生间接负向影响;此外,工作–家庭侵入对工作–家庭支持氛围与工作–家庭增益之间关系具调节作用,具体地,员工经历的工作–家庭侵入越高,工作–家庭支持氛围对工作–家庭增益的正向影响越小。结果表明,在中国情境下,工作–家庭关系对员工心理契约违背的形成具有重要影响,这为组织构建良好工作–家庭关系的管理实践提供了理论依据。

This study explores formation mechanism of psychological contract violation from the perspective of work family interface. The aim of this paper is to address with the flow question: in the context of Chinese organizations, whether work-family support climate has significant influence on psychological contract violation, and what are the major mediating and moderation mechanisms linking work-family support climate and psychological contract violation. Data was collected from 668 full-time Chinese employees by online panel Sojump.com. The results show that work-family support climate has significantly negative effect on psychological contract violation; work-family enrichment mediates the relationship between work-family support climate and psychological contract violation, demonstrating work-family interface is a unique angle for explaining how family-support in work place relieves negative employee outcomes. Work-family interference moderates the relationship between work-family support climate and work-family enrichment. For employees experiencing higher work-family interference, work-family support climate has less positive influence on work-family enrichment. The implications of these findings are explored and discussed.

文章引用:
刘崇瑞, 金家飞 (2017). 员工心理契约违背的形成机制研究:基于工作–家庭关系的视角. 心理学进展, 7(5), 766-775. https://doi.org/10.12677/AP.2017.75095

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