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|Other Titles: ||The study of relationship among organizational commitment, human capital, compensation scheme and expatriates employees' performance|
|Authors: ||邱玉青;Chiu Yu-ching|
|Keywords: ||組織承諾;人力資本;獎酬制度;駐外績效;Organizational Commitment;Human capital;Compensation;and Expatriates’ Performance Scheme|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-11 04:18:38 (UTC+8)|
The commitment made by an organization toward its employee affect employee’s behavior and attitude, so does the operation performance. Researchers suggest that these commitments, human resource, and the incentive plan in the organization are relative to company‘s performance. Thus, the way the company inspire employee to focus on jobs is critical? Besides offering bonus to satisfy employee’s request, companies should give more commitments and improve the incentive plan to stimulate employee performance, to maintain the human capital and hopefully to meet the company’s expectation.
There are many studies focus on the relationship between local employee and firm performance. However, this study expends the topic and trying to find the effect of organizational commitment, human resource, and incentive plan to overseas employee performance..
The research has sent questioners to 150 people and collected 107 valid ones, which represent 71.33% of the total questioner distributions. All the data were analyzed by the statistical procedures, which include descriptive statistics, Pearson’s correlation, multiple regression, t test, one-way ANOVA.
The study has come up with the following conclusions: the organizational commitment will be significant different with the age of expatriate staff, company profile and the duration of work experience; the human capital will be significant different with the age of expatriate staff, their education level, the duration of work experience, job title and department; the compensation scheme will be significant different when the expatriate staff are in different age; the expatriates’ performance will be significant different when the expatriate staff are in different education level and the duration of work experience.
The result of the study can offer the reference to manager as follow: task performance and contextual performance are both affected by human traits and effort commitment. To improvement the performance, management should focus on these characteristics.
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