The Influence of Perceived Organizational Support and Work Adjustment on the Employee Performance of Expatriate Teachers in Thailand

Khahan Na-Nan, Jamnean Joungtrakul, Auemporn Dhienhirun

Abstract


This study investigated the influence of perceived organizational support (POS) and work adjustment (WA) on the employee performance (EP) of expatriate English teachers in Thailand. A quantitative method was used; self-evaluation data were collected from 210 expatriate English teachers working in Thailand. The results of the study confirm the hypothesized positive correlational effect of POS and WA on EP. The empirical results confirm the model of investigation consisting of POS, WA and EP developed for testing in the context of Thailand. It also challenges the established connection of POS and WA of EP in a well-understood context of antecedence and is relevant for policymakers, workers, and managers, with implications for future research. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/mas.v12n3p105

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