Mediating effects of affective organizational commitment and psychological contract in the relationship between strategic compensation practices and knowledge sharing

@inproceedings{Anvari2014MediatingEO,
  title={Mediating effects of affective organizational commitment and psychological contract in the relationship between strategic compensation practices and knowledge sharing},
  author={R. Anvari and Nur Naha binti Abu Mansor and Siti Aisyah and Abdul Rahman and Siavash Hosseinpour Chermahini},
  year={2014}
}
This study contributes to the development of the knowledge management and strategic compensation literatures through developing the linkages between them. The study sample comprised of 301 employees from universities of medical sciences in Iran. Multiple and simple linear regression and path analysis were used to test the direct and mediated relationships among the variables. Results highlighted significant relationships between (a) strategic compensation practices and affective organizational… CONTINUE READING

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