Citizenship, support, and fit: exploring the generalizability of these concepts to the occupational domain
|Blau, Gary J.
|Ingham, Kim Marie
|This study explored the generalizability of citizenship behavior, support, and fit to the occupational domain. In doing so, arguments to include occupation constructs in organizational analyses were offered, reliability and validity testing of the occupation constructs was performed, and relationships among the occupation constructs, their respective organizational counterparts, occupation-related outcomes, and organization-related outcomes were explored. Results of the assessments demonstrated that occupational citizenship behavior, perceived occupational support, and person-occupation fit are distinguishable from their organizational counterparts and that occupation constructs and organization constructs contributed independently to occupational activity and work place behavior. Overall findings from the study suggest inclusion of occupation constructs in organizational analyses can enrich, complement and/or supplement our understanding of organizational behavior.
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|Citizenship, support, and fit: exploring the generalizability of these concepts to the occupational domain
|Deckop, John Raymond
|Zeitz, Gerald Joseph, 1942-
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