This paper suggests that motives for engaging in affiliative‐promotive “helping” extra‐role behavior is related to cross‐cultural differences. The cultural dimensions of in‐group collectivism, uncertainty avoidance, performance orientation, and humane orientation, and their differential effect on helping extra‐role behavior in a diverse workforce are examined. Theoretical implications provide guidance for future empirical research in this area, and provide managers with more realistic expectations of employee performance in the workplace.
Wollan, M.L., Sully de Luque, M.F. and Grunhagen, M. (2009), "Motives for Helping: Exploring Cultural Influences on Extra‐Role Behavior", Multinational Business Review, Vol. 17 No. 1, pp. 99-119. https://doi.org/10.1108/1525383X200900005Download as .RIS
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