Global Business and Management Research: An International Journal

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Articles from Vol. 9, No. 1, January

A Study on Toxic Leadership Perceptions of Healthcare Workers
Abstract Purpose: The main purpose of this study is to determine the toxic leadership perceptions of health care workers and to reveal whether the evaluations of the workers about toxic leadership sub-dimension differ according to individual and...
Expectation of Manager-Subordinate Communication: A Comparison between Chinese, Korean and American Students
Abstract Purpose - This research aims to compare the expectations of Chinese, Korean and American college students for their manager-subordinate communication patterns. Design/methodology/approach - A total of 300 participants from Chinese, Korean...
Factors Leading to Consumer Perceived Value of Smartphones and Its Impact on Purchase Intention
Abstract Purpose - The aim of this research is to find the impact of consumer perceived value (CPV) on smartphone purchase intention among Malaysian working professionals. The research intends to find whether or not social value, perceived usefulness,...
Would Internal Corporate Social Responsibility Make a Difference in Professional Service Industry Employees' Turnover Intention? A Two-Stage Approach Using PLS-SEM
Abstract Purpose : The main objective of this research paper is to examine the role of Internal Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the professional service industry. Professional service industry was used as the contextual background as it...
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