Start Date

7-1-2011 2:30 PM

End Date

7-1-2011 3:15 PM

Track

2. Track 2 - Poster Session

Subject Area

Human Resources

Faculty Member

Hailin Qu h.qu@okstate.edu

Abstract

Depending heavily on workforce from young people, China’s hotels are facing serious human resources challenges from high employee turnover. The proposed study attempts to investigate new generation employees’ perceptions towards job-fit in China hotel industry. This study will focus on investigating employees’ perceptions of their core self-evaluation matching with their job characteristics. The objectives of the proposed research are: 1) to identify new generation hotel employees’ perceptions toward job characteristics and perceived core self-evaluation in China; 2) to test whether job-fit will moderate the relationship between employees core self-evaluation and perceived job characteristics.

Keywords

Job-fit, Core self-evaluation, Job characteristics, New generation employees, China Hotel industry



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Jan 7th, 2:30 PM Jan 7th, 3:15 PM

New Generation Employees’ Perceptions of Job-fit in China Hotel Industry

Depending heavily on workforce from young people, China’s hotels are facing serious human resources challenges from high employee turnover. The proposed study attempts to investigate new generation employees’ perceptions towards job-fit in China hotel industry. This study will focus on investigating employees’ perceptions of their core self-evaluation matching with their job characteristics. The objectives of the proposed research are: 1) to identify new generation hotel employees’ perceptions toward job characteristics and perceived core self-evaluation in China; 2) to test whether job-fit will moderate the relationship between employees core self-evaluation and perceived job characteristics.