Can Corporate Character Dimensions Act as Bridge between Leader-Member Exchange and Employee Organization Relationship: An Empirical Study of Indonesian Pharmaceutical Firms
Acim Heri Iswanto, Faisal Marzuki.
In this modern era of technology and innovation, the employees begin to shape their corporate environment with unique enduring characters. The purpose of the given study is to investigate the role of leader-member exchange on employee organizational relationships while the employee's personality attributes are the mediating variables in relationship b/w leader-member exchange with employee organization relationship. The data has been collected from almost 447 front line employees of the pharmaceutical employees in Indonesia through a designed questionnaire. The analysis was done through two significant software such as AMOS & SPSS. Moreover, under the analysis, the two major analysis technique has been used such as SEM, CFA, and descriptive analysis techniques. The results and findings have been concluding that the leader-member exchange has an insignificant impact on employee organization relationship while all other hypotheses have accepted. The individual personality traits have a significant and positive mediating role in the relationship between leader-member exchange and employee organization relationships. These findings have helped to understand that the given research is novel based and original because up till now no research work has been done to analyze the impact of leader-member exchange on employee relationships in the organization. Therefore, this study si special and original with this respect.