Contextual and interaction effects among social exchange, time perspective, and work outcomes

Korff, Jörg ; Biemann, Torsten

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Document Type: Conference or workshop publication
Year of publication: 2018
The title of a journal, publication series: Annual Meeting Proceedings / Academy of Management
Volume: 2018
Page range: 13159
Conference title: Academy of Management 2018 Annual Meeting
Location of the conference venue: Chicago, IL
Date of the conference: 10.-14.08.2018
Place of publication: Chicago, IL
Publishing house: Academy of Management
ISSN: 0065-0668 , 2151-6561
Publication language: English
Institution: Business School > ABWL, Personalmanagement u. Führung (Biemann 2013-)
Subject: 330 Economics
Abstract: This paper examines the contextual effects of social exchange (SE) and the moderating role of employees’ future time perspective (FTP) on organizational citizenship behavior directed toward both individuals (OCBI) and the organization (OCBO), tardiness, and affective organizational commitment (AC). Reflecting deservingness and entitlement perceptions in employment relationships and drawing on moral licensing principles, socioemotional selectivity theory, and affective events theory, we hypothesize (1) negative main effects between SE climate and OCBI and OCBO, (2) a positive main effect between SE climate and tardiness, (4) cross-level moderating effects of FTP and business unit social exchange on OCBI, OCBO, tardiness, and AC. The results of a multilevel study comprising 240 employees and their direct supervisors in 46 business units provide support for the hypothesized main effects on OCBO and tardiness, as well as all interaction effects except those involving OCBI. We discuss the results, theoretical contributions, and practical implications of the study, in addition to future research directions.

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