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Mediating Role of Supervisory Communication Practices on Relations Between Leader-Member Exchange and Perceived Employee Commitment to Workgroup

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Based on a study on employees and their immediate manager in a Malaysian organization, we examine the total, direct, and indirect effects of supervisory communication practices with LMX and group commitment using structural equation modeling and bootstrap procedure. Based on our analysis, we found that within the group where the supervisor and subordinates are embedded, positive relationships communication, upward openness communication, and job-relevant communication partially mediated the relation between LMX and group commitment. The consequences of these findings are discussed and elaborated in this article.
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Keywords: Commitment; Employee; Leader-Member Exchange; Mediating; Relations; Supervisory Communication; Workgroup

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-12-01

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