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AuthorAl-Ansari, Muna A.
AuthorAlshare, Khaled
Available date2020-06-23T20:45:39Z
Publication Date2019
Publication NameJournal of Global Information Management
AbstractThe present study investigates the effects of technostress creators and inhibitors on job satisfaction, organizational commitment and perceived performance. A research model derived from the Transaction-Based Model of Stress and Coping Theory was developed and tested using a web-based survey questionnaire. The variables considered are technostress creators, technostress inhibitors, job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and perceived performance. A Structural Equation Model using a convenience sample from Qatar population was used to test the model. The results show that organizational commitment has a significant positive effect on perceived performance. Job satisfaction has a significant positive effect on organizational commitment. Technostress creators have a significant negative effect on job satisfaction. Technostress inhibitors have a significant positive effect on job satisfaction. Implications for managers and researchers are reported. Copyright - 2019, IGI Global.
PublisherIGI Global
SubjectCoping Theory
SubjectEmployees Performance
SubjectEmployees Satisfaction
SubjectOrganizational Commitment
SubjectTechnostress Creators
SubjectTechnostress Inhibitors
SubjectTransaction-Based Model of Stress
TitleThe impact of technostress components on the employees satisfaction and perceived performance: The case of Qatar
Issue Number3
Volume Number27

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