Pro-active work behavior, Professional Commitment and Psychological well-being; A mediation of Organizational Culture

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Abstract

Consistent changes over a period of time have made the tremendous impact on adopted and aspired behavior at work place. Despite of several studies on behavior at work the literature of pro- active work behavior has not been investigated in several conceptual settings. The current research is attempting to test the mediation of the organizational culture on the relationship of proactive work behavior, professional commitment and Psychological well- being. The study has taken quantitative approach with incorporating survey method on 535 employees who are working in service sector in Bangkok City, Thailand. The mediation has been tested through structural equation modeling and supported with the good indicators of Model Fit. The finding supports the mediation effects of organizational culture on employees’ proactive work behavior, their professional commitment and perceived level psychological well- being. The study has further given managerial implication in the individual, group and organizational level. Apart from this the study is also contributing to the literature of Proactive work behavior with multi- level perspectives where individual, team and organizational level have been taken into consideration. With examining the mediation effects the study would also attempt to bridge the conceptual gap in body of literature with exploring them in the perspective of pro- active work behavior such as professional commitment and psychological well- being.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)643-647
Number of pages5
JournalJournal of Applied Economic Sciences
Volume2
Issue number48
Publication statusPublished - 30 Apr 2017

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