Social Structural Characteristics and Employee Empowerment : The Role of Proactive Personality

@inproceedings{Samad2007SocialSC,
  title={Social Structural Characteristics and Employee Empowerment : The Role of Proactive Personality},
  author={Sarminah Samad},
  year={2007}
}
The purpose of this paper is to determine the contribution of social structural characteristics on employee empowerment and whether proactive personality plays a role in moderating the above stated relationship among managers in Malaysia. Hierarchical regression analyses of 584 responses revealed that social structural characteristics of self-esteem, power distribution, information sharing, knowledge, rewards, leadership and organizational culture are important in determining employee… CONTINUE READING

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