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Yu Haibo:《Journal of Career Assessment》——Career Adaptability With or Without Career Identity: How Career Adaptability Leads to Organizational Suc

2017-09-01 点击率:406

Based on career construction theory, this study examined the relationships between career adaptability,organizational success, and individual career success with the moderating effect of career identity. Using a time-lagged survey design, we tested the proposed model on a sample of 1,652 employees from 20 Chinese companies. The results showed that career adaptability was negatively related to turnover intention but positively associated with supervisor-rated job performance, career satisfaction, and yearly income. In addition, the relationship between career adaptability and turnover intention was significantly positive for employees with low levels of career identity. Moreover, the positive relationship between career adaptability and career satisfaction was stronger for employees with high levels of career identity, and the relationship between career adaptability and yearly income was significantly positive for employees with high levels of career identity. We discuss the research implications for the development of career adaptability and career counseling.

Yu Haibo, Guan Xiaoyu, Zheng Xiaoming & Hou Zhijin (2017), Career adaptability with or without career identity: How career adaptability leads to organizational success and individual career success? Journal of Career Assessment (SSCI, 影响因子IF=1.33,DOI: 10.1177/1069072717727454);本论文受到国家自然科学基金项目(71171020)资助.