This study investigates the relationships among three types of employees’ perceived job control, employee commitment, employees’ well-being, and job performance.
The proposed relationships were investigated based on a cross-section, online, self-administered survey.
The results confirmed the positive role of employees’ job control perceptions on work-related responses.
Results suggested hospitality managers implement practices to improve job control perceptions of employees to enhance their well-being and job performance.
This study was the first to investigate the roles of three types of job control perceptions on employees’ well-being and commitment, based on positive organizational behavior literature and control theory. This study was also the first attempt to explore three types of job control focusing on employees’ perspectives in the hospitality industry.
Lee, S.(A). and Ravichandran, S. (2019), "Impact of employees’ job control perceptions on their work-related responses in the hospitality industry", International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 31 No. 7, pp. 2720-2738. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCHM-09-2018-0784
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