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Author Han-hsiu Ke
Author's Email Address starry.ke@msa.hinet.net
Department Management Business Administration
Year 2003 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language English Page Count 99
Title A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF EMPLOYEE STOCK OWNERSHIP PLANS ON JOB PERFORMANCE—AS ILLUSTRATED BY HIGH-TECH FIRMS IN THE HSIN-CHU SCIENCE-BASED INDUSTRIAL PARK
Keyword
  • Organizational Citizenship Behavior(OCB)
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Job Performance
  • ESOP Satisfaction
  • ESOP Satisfaction
  • Job Performance
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Organizational Citizenship Behavior(OCB)
  • Abstract Although the study of reward has been intensified markedly in the past few years, little work has been focused on the relationship between reward and job performance, especially in the employee stock ownership plan. Therefore, this study tried to examine the effects of ESOP satisfaction on job performance though the intermediacy of organizational citizenship behavior. Using SPSS 11.5 for Windows to analysis the data gathered from the subjects in the Hsin-chu Science-based Industrial Park led to the following findings:
    1. Rewards in the form of employee satisfaction with stock ownership will affect the employee’s job performance.
    2. Rewards in the form of employee satisfaction with stock ownership will affect the employee’s job satisfaction.
    3. The employee’s job satisfaction will affect the employee’s organizational citizenship behavior.
    4. The employee’s organizational citizenship behavior will affect the employee’s job performance.
      The managerial implications of this study include the importance for managers to formulate an appropriate reward plan for employees. If managers want their employees to attain more job satisfaction and to exhibit OCB that lead to higher performance in the long run, they should not be sparing in giving employees motivation.
      In this study, the sample is centralized in the Hsin-chu Science-based Industrial Park, so we couldn’t sure the result will fit in other places or not. The data values of this study were relatively low, due to the limitations of the construct chosen. Finally, we didn’t discuss the ESOP practices, because different compensation methods will influence employee perceptions as well.
    Advisor Committee
  • Hsin-hsiung Lin - advisor
  • Chu-ching Wang - co-chair
  • Kun-hung Yeh - co-chair
  • Files indicate access worldwide
    Date of Defense 2004-07-19 Date of Submission 2004-07-30


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