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Linking customer participation to service employees’ work-to-family enrichment: The role of job crafting and OBSE Journal article
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2019
Authors:  Raymond Loi;  Angela J. Xu;  Cheris W.C. Chow;  Wilco W.H. Chan
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Customer Participation  Job Crafting  Organization-based Self-esteem  Work-family Enrichment  
Powered to craft? The roles of flexibility and perceived organizational support Journal article
Journal of business research, 2019,Volume: 104,Page: 61-68
Authors:  Raymond Loi;  Xiaowan Lin;  Alice J.M. Tan
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Sense Of Power  Perceived Organizational Support  Job Crafting  Flexibility  
Different stressors, different voices: The dual pathways linking challenge-hindrance stressors and constructive-destructive voice Conference paper
Proceedings of 11th Asia Academy of Management Conference and 12th Taiwan Academy of Management Conference, Bali, Indonesia, June 19-21, 2019
Authors:  Raymond Loi;  Angels J. Xu;  Cheris W. C. Chow;  Jonathan M. L. Kwok
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Reversing the lens: How followers influence leader-member exchange quality Journal article
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2019,Volume: 92,Issue: 3,Page: 475-497
Authors:  Angela J. Xu;  Raymond Loi;  Zhenyao Cai;  Robert C. Liden
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Followership  Goal Striving  Leader-member Exchange  Service Resources  Taking Charge  
Do embedded employees voice more? Journal article
Personnel Review, 2019,Volume: 48,Issue: 3,Page: 824-838
Authors:  Alice J.M. Tan;  Raymond Loi;  Long W. Lam;  Lida L. Zhang
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Employee Voice  Fairness Heuristic Theory  Interactional Justice  Job Embeddedness  Job Embeddedness Theory  
What threatens retail employees' thriving at work under leader-member exchange? The role of store spatial crowding and team negative affective tone Journal article
Human Resource Management, 2019,Volume: 58,Issue: 4,Page: 371-382
Authors:  Angela J. Xu;  Raymond Loi;  Cheris W.C. Chow
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Leader–member Exchange (Lmx)  Store Spatial Crowding  Team Negative Affective Tone  Thriving At Work  
What threatens retail employees' thriving at work underleader-member exchange? The role of store spatial crowdingand team negative affective tone Journal article
Human Resource Management, 2019,Volume: 58,Issue: 4,Page: 371-382
Authors:  Angela J. Xu;  Raymond Loi;  Cheris W. C. Chow
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Leader–member Exchange (Lmx),  Store Spatial Crowding,  Team Negative Affective Tone,  Thrivingat Work  
Punishing the perpetrator of incivility: The differential roles of moral identity and moral thinking orientation Journal article
JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 2019
Authors:  Lin, Xiaowan;  Loi, Raymond
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Moral Thinking Orientation  Peer-to-peer Incivility  Constructive Punitive Reaction  Destructive Punitive Reaction  Moral Identity  
Does procedural justice make employees thrive? The mediating role of organizational identification and moderating role of psychological empowerment Conference paper
The 11th AAOM and TAOM Joint Conference Draft Program, Bali, Indonesia, June 19-21, 2019
Authors:  Tan, Alice J. M.;  Lin, Xiaowan;  Loi, Raymond;  Zhang, Linda L.
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TURNING HOTEL EMPLOYEES INTO BRAND CHAMPIONS: THE ROLES OF WELL-CONNECTED LEADERS AND ORGANIZATIONAL IDENTIFICATION Journal article
JOURNAL OF HOSPITALITY & TOURISM RESEARCH, 2018,Volume: 42,Issue: 8,Page: 1232-1253
Authors:  Wilco W. H. Chan;  Cheris W. C. Chow;  Raymond Loi;  Angela J. Xu
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Hotel Employees  Leader-leader Exchange  Organizational Identification  Positive Word Of Mouth