The Relationship of Organisational Cynicism, Emotional Exhaustion, Creative Work Involvement and In-Role Performance

Prajogo, Wisnu and Wijaya, Nikodemus Hans Setiadi and Kusumawati, Heni (2020) The Relationship of Organisational Cynicism, Emotional Exhaustion, Creative Work Involvement and In-Role Performance. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 12 (5). pp. 201-214. ISSN 2201-1323

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Abstract

This paper examines the relationship between organisational cynicism, creative work involvement, emotional exhaustion, and in-role performance. Organisational cynicism happens when an employee has no trust in his/her organisation’s change process. As a result, he/she tends to criticize his/her organisation. This research argues that being critics will drain someone’s emotional resources and will result in high emotional exhaustion. This emotionally exhausted employee will have low creative work involvement and low in-role performance. This research also argues that employees with high organisational cynicism will have higher creative work involvement. The last hypothesis examined is that creative work involvement will have a positive influence on employee in-role performance. 200 employees with a tenure of more than one year from various organisations participated in this research. Hypothesis testing was conducted with the two-step method of structural equation modelling. This research has several findings: organisational cynicism has positively influenced emotional exhaustion, organisational cynicism positively influences creative work involvement, emotional exhaustion has negatively influenced creative work involvement, emotional exhaustion also negatively influenced in-role performance, and creative work involvement positively influenced in-role performance.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: organisational cynicism, emotional exhaustion, creative work involvement, in-role performance
Subjects: MANAJEMEN > Perilaku Organisasi
Divisions: Dosen STIE YKPN > Artikel > Jurnal
Depositing User: Erin Triyana
Date Deposited: 08 Jun 2020 03:53
Last Modified: 11 Dec 2020 06:10
URI: http://repository.stieykpn.ac.id/id/eprint/857

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