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The Effect of Hotel Employees' Job Insecurity on Job Stress: Focused on the Moderating Effects of Intra-company Club Activities Flow

Kang, Jaewan 1 Lee, Hyung-ryong 1

1세종대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of hotel employees' job insecurity on job stress. The study focused on testing the moderating effect of intra-company club activities flow on the effect of hotel employees' job insecurity related to job stress. The study intended to suggest research implication applicable for effective human resource managing within the hotel business. 461 people among the employees of 10 hotels of special, 1st, and 2nd classes in Seoul, were surveyed and the results were empirically analyzed. The results of this research can be summarized as follows: First, it is confirmed that hotel employee’s job insecurity is an important factor determining job stress. In other words, all kinds of job insecurity had a positive effect on all kinds of job stress. Second, it is confirmed that intra-company club activities flow performed moderating roles in relationship between all kinds of job insecurity and all kinds of job stress. Therefore it is suggested that developing and supporting an effort for intra-company club activities could be a goal for hotel organizations for improving their human resource management.

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