Job-demand for learning and job-related learning: the mediating effect of job performance improvement initiative
Mark Kong Chew Loon and
International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2007, vol. 7, issue 3/4, 227-239
This study examined whether job performance improvement initiative mediates the relationship between individuals' job-demand for learning and job-related learning. Data were obtained from 115 full-time employees in a diverse range of occupations. A partial least squares analysis revealed that job performance improvement initiative mediates partially the effects of job-demand for learning on job-related learning. Several implications for future research and policy are drawn from the findings.
Keywords: demand for learning; job performance; performance improvement; job-related learning; job demands. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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