Influence of Motivational Human Resource Management Practices on Employee Role Behavior


  •  Chao Ling    
  •  Fuangfa Amponstira    

Abstract

Based on the perspective of social network, the study of motivational human resource management practice on employee behavior has far-reaching significance for theory and reality. This paper explores the relationship between the two dimensions of motivational human resource management practice and employee role behavior. Mainly use statistical software such as SPSS, AMOS, and HLM to conduct exploratory factor analysis, correlation analysis, regression analysis, and mediating effect analysis of data. It shows Motivational Human Resource Management Practices (MHRMP) is positively correlated with employee behavior; MHRMP is positively correlated with job embeddedness; Job embeddedness mediates the relationship between MHRMP and employee behavior. This paper adopts a cross-level research method, the research level is from the organizational level to the individual level. The discussion of motivational human resource management practice and employee individual behaviors can also provide references for the construction of cooperative human resource practices.



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