The Mediating Role of Career Satisfaction on the Relationship between Employee Silence and Employee Innovative Behavior

Shi-yin TANG

Abstract


This paper examines the effect of Employee Silence (ES) and Career Satisfaction (CS) on Employee Innovative Behavior (EIB) of 166 employees. Based on the Social Cognition Theory, empirical studies have proved that ES is negatively correlated with EIB, and two dimensions of CS (Career Identity and Work-Self). In addition, the findings demonstrate a mediation effect of these two dimensions of CS on ES and EIB.

Keywords


Employee silence, Career satisfaction, Employee innovative behavior


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/eiem2018/26942

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