The Impact of Supervisor-Subordinate Incongruence in Power Distance Orientation on Subordinate Job Strain and Subsequent Job Performance

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10869-021-09738-3

Participants

  • Brian Pinkham
    Role: Student
    Reference type: Co-written by

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  • Springer Link (Scientific or industry journal)

Description

This study, investigates supervisor-subordinate value incongruence as a cause of employee strain. Specifically, this study examines the effect of supervisor-subordinate power distance orientation incongruence on the subordinate’s job strain which, in turn, influences the subordinate’s job performance.One of the authors is Brian Pinkham of the RSM, Erasmus University.

This study, investigates supervisor-subordinate value incongruence as a cause of employee strain. Specifically, this study examines the effect of supervisor-subordinate power distance orientation incongruence on the subordinate’s job strain which, in turn, influences the subordinate’s job performance.

One of the authors is Brian Pinkham of the RSM, Erasmus University.