Employees with high job insecurity and being inside a downsized company should still perform well to maintain organizational effectiveness. However, downsizing may be perceived as an indifference on the employee's welfare that will lower employee's perceived organizational support (POS). 37 employees in a company that underwent downsizing were analyzed to show how job insecurity and POS related to organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). This study used paired questionnaires. The first questionnaire containing demographic data, POS measurements, and job insecurity measurements filled by the employees; while the pair questionnaire containing the OCB measurements were given to his/her superiors. This was done to avoid common method variance and social desirability. Multiple regression was used to test the relationship between job insecurity, POS, and OCB.
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
|Event||THE FIRST SOUTHEAST ASIA REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY - VN, Hanoi, Viet Nam|
Duration: 1 Jan 2017 → …
|Conference||THE FIRST SOUTHEAST ASIA REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY|
|Period||1/01/17 → …|
Rodhiya, F. I., & Parahyanti, E. (2017). Things you need to know before downsizing: Correlation between job insecurity, perceived organizational support and organizational citizenship behavior. Paper presented at THE FIRST SOUTHEAST ASIA REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY, Hanoi, Viet Nam.