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Homayoun Pasha Safavi
European University of Lefka
Competence (human resources)PsychologyAdaptabilityService recoveryJob embeddedness
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#1Homayoun Pasha Safavi (European University of Lefka)
#2Mona Bouzari (European University of Lefka)H-Index: 1
Abstract Conferring to the leader-member exchange (LMX) theory and social exchange theory as the guiding basis, this inquiry attempts to investigate the mechanism of how servant leaders are able to enhance and elevate the level of psychological capital (PsyCap) among frontline employees in the hospitality setting. Data was gathered from 193 frontline employees in two different waves through a two-week time lag from five-star hotels in North Cyprus. The results proved that servant leader is able ...
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#1Homayoun Pasha Safavi (European University of Lefka)
#2Osman M. Karatepe (EMU: Eastern Mediterranean University)H-Index: 41
Purpose Drawing on job embeddedness (JE) and reformulation of attitude theories, the purpose of this paper is to propose a conceptual model in which JE mediates the influence of job insecurity (JIS) on quitting intentions and service recovery performance (SRP). Design/methodology/approach Data came from 313 hotel service workers based on three waves through a two-week period in Iran. Service workers’ SRP was rated by their direct supervisors. The abovementioned linkages were gauged using structu...
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#1Homayoun Pasha Safavi (European University of Lefka)
#2Mona Bouzari (European University of Lefka)H-Index: 1
Abstract Referring to career construction theory, this study tried to examine the association between psychological capital, career adaptability and career competency. Data were collected from 193 frontline employees in five-star hotels in North Cyprus in three different waves through a two-week time lag. The results clearly proved that there is a significant relationship between psychological capital and career adaptability. Additionally, career adaptability has a positive impact on career comp...
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