Social Exchange in Organizations : Perceived Organizational Support , Leader-Member Exchange , and Employee Reciprocity

@inproceedings{Settoon2004SocialEI,
  title={Social Exchange in Organizations : Perceived Organizational Support , Leader-Member Exchange , and Employee Reciprocity},
  author={Randall P. Settoon and Nathan Bennett and Robert C. Liden},
  year={2004}
}
Social exchange (P. Blau, 1964) and the norm of reciprocity (A. W. Gouldner, 1960) have been used to explain the relationship of perceived organizational support and leader-member exchange with employee attitudes and behavior. Recent empirical research suggests that individuals engage in different reciprocation efforts depending on the exchange partner (e.g., B. L. McNeely & B. M. Meglino, 1994). The purpose of the present study was to further investigate these relationships by examining the… CONTINUE READING
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