The impacts of superior politics on frontline employees' behavioral and psychological outcomes
In this study the effect of superior politics on frontline employees' behavioral and psychological outcomes was examined using data collected from 4- and 5-star hotels in Northern Cyprus. The research hypotheses were tested using LISREL 8.54 through path analysis. The model test results indicated that scarce resources are a significant determinant of superior politics. In addition, path analysis results showed that superior politics and scarce resources have a significant negative association with subordinate performance. The model test findings also demonstrated that superior politics and scarce resources are negatively associated with job satisfaction. This research, however, failed to uncover a significant positive association between subordinate performance and job satisfaction. Similarly, scarce resources and subordinate performance did not have significant associations with job commitment.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2009-03-01
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