An examination of the psychological contract in Thailand

au.identifier.bibno 0021-0626 [Full Text]( Krisda Tanchaisak
dc.contributor.other Assumption University. Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics 2015-07-03T07:20:50Z 2015-07-03T07:20:50Z 2005
dc.description In English ; only abstract in English.
dc.description.abstract This study aimed at investigating perceptions regarding psychological contract breaches, it examined the employees perception, the incongruence between the employee and organization s perceptions, and the employees perceived importance of each type of psychological contract. Neither party perceived that transactional psychological contract was breached. The employee reported the organization had breached the balanced and relational psychological contracts to a certain extent. The organization agreed it had breached the relational contract but not the balanced contract. The employee reported that the balanced and relational contracts were equally important and they were more important than the transactional contract.
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dc.identifier.citation AU Journal of Management 3, 1 (January-April 2005), 31-40
dc.language.iso eng
dc.publisher Assumption University
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dc.subject AU Journal of Management
dc.subject AU Journal of Management -- 2005
dc.subject.other Assumption University -- Periodicals
dc.subject.other Job security
dc.subject.other Personnel management
dc.title An examination of the psychological contract in Thailand en_US
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