Restrictive Versus Promotive Control and Employee Work Outcomes: The Moderating Role of Locus of Control:

@inproceedings{Elias2009RestrictiveVP,
  title={Restrictive Versus Promotive Control and Employee Work Outcomes: The Moderating Role of Locus of Control:},
  author={Steven M. Elias},
  year={2009}
}
To fully understand influence as it relates to the workplace, scholars must continue to identify and measure constructs for classifying influence behavior. This study serves to promote Scholl's restrictive versus promotive control distinction and examine the relationships between such methods of influence and several work outcomes (i.e., leader—member exchange theory, commitment, job satisfaction, and turnover intentions). Data were obtained from state government employees (N = 105) located in… CONTINUE READING

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