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An Empirical Research on Employees’ Emotions Influence Factors

Liu Xianyue, Sun Rui and Wan Wenhai
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As one of the most widely accepted theoretical perspectives in organizational behavior, employees’ emotions play an important in the team-work spirit and staff loyalty. However, little of the extant work in this area discusses how employees’ emotions generation and it’s influence path to staff loyalty. This study seeks to give an analysis of path generation of employees’ emotions and influence on the loyalty behavior by the structural equation model and raise possible factors and assumptions for effect the mood of employees from a different perspective by clearing up the existing view and general cognition of emotion management of the staff, then verify it by numerous surveys and two dimensional model of Russell. The result shows that evaluation of result is positively correlated with emotional experience; fairness evaluation is positively correlated with emotional experience; employees’ emotion is positively correlated with staff loyalty.

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Liu Xianyue, Sun Rui and Wan Wenhai , 2013. An Empirical Research on Employees’ Emotions Influence Factors. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 2979-2983.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.2979.2983


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