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Long, L.R., Fang, L.L. and Ling, W.Q. (2002) An Empirical Study of Organizational Career Management and Its Effects. Journal of Management Science in China, 5, 61-67.

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  • TITLE: The Influence of Leader-Member Relationship on Staff under the Feeling Trusted

    AUTHORS: Xue Yang

    KEYWORDS: The Feeling Trusted, Staff, Leader-Member Relationship

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Business and Management, Vol.7 No.2, March 28, 2019

    ABSTRACT: Through a survey of 256 employees and their supervisors, the results show that the leader-member relationship between the supervisor and the employee has a certain adjustment effect on the relationship between organizational input and employee contribution, which indicates that the role of the supervisor playing as a spokesperson of employees is indeed having an influence on the role of the organizational agent. When the supervisor thinks that the leader-member relationship is good, it can promote the smooth progress of social exchange between the organization and the employees, so that the input of the organization can get higher job performance returns and work engagement of the employees, but the emotional exhaustion between each other cannot be proved.