Discrete Employee Emotions and Voice Behavior: A Longitudinal Investigation of the Reciprocal Relationships
Dr Ng, Thomas Wai Hung (Principal investigator)
Discrete emotions, Voice behavior, Supervisor support, Organizational support, Changes
Business Studies (B)
RGC General Research Fund (GRF)
HKU Project Code
General Research Fund (GRF)
2) To examine multiple positive and negative discrete emotions as predictors of multiple types of voice. Much voice research focuses on either positive or negative organizational experiences as predictors of voice. 3) To examine the impacts of voice on social resources (organizational and supervisor support) and how they in turn affect employee emotions. In so doing, I can identify the reciprocal effects of voice on employee emotions. 4) To investigate how changes in discrete emotions are related to changes in different types of voice (and in social resources) over time. This objective is important because both emotions and voice are likely to fluctuate over time.