ANALYSIS OF ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOURS OF EMPLOYEES TOWARDS ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE: LITERATURE REVIEW(2)

By applying survey questionnaire in four profit-oriented companies from northern Utah, Miller et al. focused on employees’ readiness for change by examining three workplace factors-management/leader relationships, job knowledge and skills, and job demands and found a significant influence on employees’ readiness for change. Rafferty and Simons focused on the factors that make readiness for two types of change like corporate transformation and fine-tuning. A recent research study conducted by Holt et al. received 464 questionnaire surveys from full-time employees in public and private companies in northern Utah. Researchers found that readiness for change is influenced by employees’ beliefs of self-efficacy, appropriateness, management support, and personal valence.

The above literature reveals that employee and management have always needed to know the attitudes and behaviours regarding organisational change. Employee can develop their positive attitudes and behaviours towards the organisation on the basis of work place factors. These aspects of employee connected with the nature and quality of relationships between employees and an organisation (Oliver, 1990). This approach quite shows the individual’s attachment in order to beliefs, willingness, and desires to maintain membership of the organisation. In literature, workplace factors has largely been revealed in the form of active and passive job, change efficacy, flexible policies and procedures, job knowledge and skills, management leadership relationships, social relationships at the workplace (Hanpachern,1998; Eby et al., 2000; Cunningham et al. 2002; Madsen et al., 2005; Miller et al., 2006; Rafferty and Simons, 2006).

To develop individual’s positive attitudes and behaviours workplace variables can affect employee attachment to the organisation. In the organisational behaviour domain, the term supervisor and peer relation has been adopted to understand employee attitudes and behaviours regarding his/her work organisation or work. This factor was related to understanding the employees’ feelings and thoughts (Gaertner and Nollen, 1989; Chang, 1999).

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