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Linking Ethnic Identification to Organisational Solidarity

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Linking Ethnic Identification to Organisational Solidarity. / Pepple, Dennis Gabriel.

In: Public Organization Review, 17.12.2018, p. 1.

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abstract = "This paper investigates the process through which ethnic identification (EI) influences employees{\textquoteright} sense of organisational solidarity (OS). A survey of 1525 employees working in different ministries of a state government in Nigeria was collected and analysed by means of a regression to investigate EI-OS relationships. As expected, EI was a significant determinant of OS with co-worker social support explaining the rationale for EI-OS relationship. The conceptualisation of OS as a composite construct that manifest in employees{\textquoteright} self-efficacy, organisational self-identity and employee voice behaviours is novel. The study provides evidence from an under researched area to further generalise existing debates.",
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