PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT BREACH AND CHANGE-ORIENTED ORGANISATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR OF HOTEL INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA
Genesis Odiyah Mulade , Dr. Omoankhanlen J. Akhigbe
Department of Management, University of Port Harcourt , Port Harcourt ,Nigeria
The goal of this research is to discover the nature of the link between psychological contract breach and change-oriented organisational citizenship behaviour. The research issue is that, since the fall of the Naira, the emergence of COVID-19, the limits, and income loss, the responsibility of hotel success has been placed on the shoulders of the leader. As a result, the innovative atmosphere is obsolete, and managers are implementing drastic initiatives that are not in line with employee expectations. To acquire a picture of the hotel sector, a cross-sectional survey was used, coupled with other mixed research approaches for a broader view. The figures were gathered through an online poll of 243 hotel employees working in premium hotels in South-South Nigeria. The research findings were obtained through the use of structural equation modelling.
Keywords: Psychological Contract Breach,Change-oriented OCB, Innovative Climate, Supportive Leadership
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)
Published on : 2022-11-10