Organizational Citizenship Behavior for the Environment: The Spillover Effects of Private Lifestyle on Workplace Behavior
Keywords:Organizational Citizenship Behavior for the Environment, Behavioral Spillover, Theory of Planned Behavior, Environmental Supportive Behavior, Private Lifestyle Behavior
This study aims to investigate the influence of environmental concern on intention to participate in environmental activity, which, in turn, and leads to organizational citizenship behavior for the environment using theory of planned behavior. Moreover, this research also examines the spillover effects of private lifestyle on workplace citizenship behavior with regards to environmental support using spillover theory. The samples are 358 employees of small and medium of small and medium hotels in Cha Am district, Phetchaburi province and Hua Hin district, Prachuap Khiri Khan province. Data is analyzed by the structural equation modeling (SEM).
The results show that the environmental concern of hotel’s employees has a positive impact on intention to participate in environmental activity and this subsequently leads to organizational citizenship behavior for the environment. Additionally, the environmental concern has a positively influence on environmental supportive behavior and private lifestyle behavior. Moreover, environmental supportive behavior and private lifestyle behavior have positive spillover effects on organizational citizenship behavior for the environment. The findings of the current study will be the guideline of human resource management in hotel and lodging business as well as the other organizations in order to create value, awareness and encourage the employee sustainable pro-environmental behavior in organization.
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