An Examination of Temporal Variables and Relationship Quality on Promotability Ratings

  title={An Examination of Temporal Variables and Relationship Quality on Promotability Ratings},
  author={Kenneth J. Harris and K. M. Kacmar and Dawn S. Carlson},
  journal={Group \& Organization Management},
  pages={677 - 699}
Previous research has shown the positive impact of relationship quality on promotability ratings and inconsistent results for temporal variables and these same ratings. The authors integrated these findings by examining the joint impact of supervisor-subordinate relationship quality and temporal variables (measured with three types of tenure: relationship, job, and organizational) on supervisor promotability ratings. Using a matched set of 180 supervisor-subordinate dyads, the results supported… Expand

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