Leader-Member Quality Relationship, Perceived Organizational Support and Employee Voice Behavior: Moderating Role of Core Self-Evaluation
Abstract— The purpose of this research is to investigate the impact of relational exchange and individual differences on the employee voice. In the light of social exchange theory, the present study proposed the relationship between Leader-member quality relationships and employee voice. This study explains ‘how’ this relationship establishes and ‘why’ this relationship keeps carrying on. It has been proposed that perception of organizational support mediates the association between leader-member quality relationships and employees’ promotive and prohibitive voice behaviors. Moreover, personality trait is another important factor which is inseparable from developing perceptions and behaviors. The perceptions about organizational support and the strength of raising voice can be highly predictable by individual’s personality traits. So, this study has undertaken core self-evaluation as personality trait and explores people having different core self-evaluation (CSE) shows different strengths for promotive and prohibitive voicing based on leader-member quality relationships (LMQR) and perceived organizational support (POS).
Index Terms-- Leader-member relationship, perceived organizational support, employee voice, core self-evaluation and social exchange theory
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