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    Dual-Mediation Paths Linking Corporate Social Responsibility to Employee’s Job Performance: A Multilevel Approach.Miaoying Fang, Peng Fan, Surya Nepal & Po-Chien Chang - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    This study attempts to examine the direct impact of corporate social responsibility initiatives on employees’ job performance and the indirect relationships between CSR initiatives on employees’ job performance via industrial relations climate and psychological contract fulfillment. Data were collected from 764 supervisor–subordinate dyads and 271 middle managers from 85 companies. Using a multilevel approach, the results showed that organizational-level CSR was positively related to employees’ job performance. Moreover, the industrial relations climate and psychological contract fulfillment played mediating effects between CSR (...)
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    Can Cultural Intelligence Affect Employee’s Innovative Behavior? Evidence From Chinese Migrant Workers in South Korea.Peng Fan, Yixiao Song, Surya Nepal & HyoungTaek Lee - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    This empirical study explores the effect of cultural intelligence (CQ) on migrant workers’ innovative behavior, as well as the mediating role of knowledge sharing on the CQ-innovative behavior relationship. Besides, it also examines the extent to which the mediating process is moderated by climate for inclusion. Using survey data collected from Chinese migrant workers and their supervisors working in South Korea (n = 386), migrant workers’ CQ is found to positively impact their innovative behavior through enhanced knowledge sharing. However, it (...)
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    Ethical considerations in an online community: the balancing act. [REVIEW]Cecile Paris, Nathalie Colineau, Surya Nepal, Sanat Kumar Bista & Gina Beschorner - 2013 - Ethics and Information Technology 15 (4):301-316.
    With the emergence and rapid growth of Social Media, a number of government departments in several countries have embraced Social Media as a privilege channel to interact with their constituency. We are exploring, in collaboration with the Australian Department of Human Services, the possibility to exploit the potential of social networks to support specific groups of citizens. To this end, we have developed Next Step, an online community to help people currently receiving welfare payments find a job and become financially (...)
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