PSYCH  Vol.9 No.5 , May 2018
Comment on the Research Progress of the Impact of Organizational Citizenship Pressure
ABSTRACT
Previous studies have generally focused on the OCB, in which employees vol-untarily engage, and while because OCB is often informally encouraged or re-warded, employees may experience the pressure to become “good Staff”, that is, Organizational Citizen Pressure. This article systematically explores the formation of the concept of Organizational Citizen Pressure, the possible posi-tive and negative impacts it may have, and related research theory. The paper also looks into the future research direction of Organizational Citizen Pressure. Due to the double-edged sword effect of Organizational Citizen Pressure, a full understanding of it will be of great guidance meaning to organizational man-agement theory and practice.
Cite this paper
Chen, J. and Dai, L. (2018) Comment on the Research Progress of the Impact of Organizational Citizenship Pressure. Psychology, 9, 985-996. doi: 10.4236/psych.2018.95062.
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