TITLE

Diversity management and the effects on employees� organizational commitment: Evidence from Japan and Korea

AUTHOR(S)
Magoshi, Emiko; Chang, Eunmi
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Journal of World Business;Jan2009, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Abstract: With globalization increasing, diversity management has emerged as an important workplace issue, even in the traditionally non-diversified companies of Japan and Korea. These companies will need to pay more attention to diversity management as a potentially competitive resource. Most of the existing studies in diversity have been conducted in the United States, and thus may not represent the situations of Asian countries, such as Japan and Korea, in which cultural values significantly differ and the labor force is highly homogeneous. The current research describes the realities of diversity management practices in Japanese and Korean companies, and empirically examines how the practices influence employees� attitudes at the workplace. The results indicate that diversity management practices trigger positive effects on employees� organizational commitment, which was mediated by their perception of procedural justice.
ACCESSION #
35771009

 

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