Department of Management
Pay for performance and work attitudes: The mediating role of employee–organization service value congruence
This study examined the mediating effects of employee-organization service value congruence on pay for performance and work attitudes. Using a sample drawn from the hotel industry, we found that when employees perceived a high PFP link they tended to exhibit more positive work attitudes. We also found that the relationship between PFP link and work attitudes was mediated by P-O fit. These findings offer new insights into the important role that reward practices such as PFP play in the alignment of employer-organization service quality values. In doing so, they also pave the way for future contributions in this novel and important area of service value congruence. © 2009 Elsevier Ltd.
P-O fit, Pay for performance, Service value congruence, Work attitudes
Source Publication Title
International Journal of Hospitality Management
Link to Publisher's Edition
Chiang, F., & Birtch, T. (2010). Pay for performance and work attitudes: The mediating role of employee–organization service value congruence. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 29 (4), 632-640. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhm.2009.11.005