The Influence of Perceived Organizational Support, Perceived Supervisor Support and Perceived Coworker Support on Innovative Work Behavior and Job Performance of Employees of a Company Group in Machinery and Parts Industry, Thailand

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Temsiri Thongsiripan
Jutamard Thaweepaiboonwong

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The purposes of the research were 1) to analyze the level of perceived organizational support, perceived supervisor support, perceived coworker support, innovative work behavior, and job performance, and 2) to analyze the influence of perceived organizational support, perceived supervisor support, and perceived coworker support on innovative work behavior and job performance. The sample of this research was 198 employees selected accidentally from a company group in the machinery and parts industry, from a total population of 646 people. The instrument of this research was a questionnaire. The data were analyzed by using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and structural equation modeling analysis. The results were as follows: 1) the employees had a high level of perceived organizational support, perceived supervisor support, perceived coworker support, innovative work behavior, and job performance; and 2) perceived organizational support had a statistically significant influence on job performance and innovative work behavior of employee, and innovative work behavior had a statistically significant influence on job performance. The findings were useful in determining related management policies for executives.

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