The Antecedents of Employee Performance in the Financial Services Industry of Thailand: A Resource-Based Perspective

1Chayongkan Pamornmast, Parinya Siriattakul, Kittisak Jermsittiparsert

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Abstract:

The basic aim to conduct current research is to study the antecedents of employee performance in the financial services industry of Thailand. The study has used the survey-based methodology, the data collection is done from the persons working in the financial services industry of Thailand and for data analysis SEM-PLS is used as a tool. The finding of the study revealed the fact that the person-job-fit significantly impacts intrinsic motivation and employee performance. The employee empowerment, transformational leadership, job autonomy is significantly in relationship with employee’s intrinsic motivation, and also with employee job performance. And finally, the person-job-fit moderates the relationship between intrinsic motivation and job performance, while intrinsic motivation mediates the relationship between employee empowerment and employee job performance. The study is among the very few studies and will be helpful for policymakers and researchers.

Keywords:

Job performance, Employee empowerment, Transformational leadership, Job autonomy

Paper Details
Month12
Year2019
Volume23
IssueIssue 4
Pages748-762