The Effect of Work-Family Conflict and Job Insecurity On Innovative Behaviour of Korean Workers: The Mediating Role of Organisational Commitment and Job Satisfaction
South Korea is becoming an advanced economy based on continuous innovative organisational efforts. Job stressors have been identified in the literature as a major hindrance to many positive organisational behaviours. We predict that job insecurity and work-family conflict will have a negative effect on innovative behaviour with mediators of job satisfaction and organisational commitment. Results from structural equation models provided support for this study. From a practical perspective, the significant negative relationships between job stressors and innovative behaviour imply the need to reduce work-family conflict and feelings of job insecurity in Korean companies in order to foster innovation.
International Journal of Innovation Management
Choi, Suk Bong; Cundiff, Nicole; Kim, Kihwan; and Akhatib, Saja Nassar, "The Effect of Work-Family Conflict and Job Insecurity On Innovative Behaviour of Korean Workers: The Mediating Role of Organisational Commitment and Job Satisfaction" (2018). Kean Publications. 1562.