Psychological Contract Imbalance and Management of Enterprise Research and Development Personnel
This paper begins with the definitions of psychological contract imbalance and EVLN behaviors. Then, a theory is proposed to further study the influencing model of EVLN behaviors of psychological contract imbalance on enterprise Research and Development (R&D) personnel. A demonstrative research has been done through questionnaires with the researchers in one of the aircraft design institutes in China. Based on previous studies, statistics analysis has been accomplished with the analysis methods of factor, correlation, path, and regression. Therefore, on the basis of validated hypothesis, the conception and countermeasure are proposed for the psychological contract imbalance and management of enterprise R&D personnel.
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