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The Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility on Job Performance : Moderating Effects of Authentic Leadership and Meaningfulness of Work

The purpose of this study is to find a way for companies to contribute to not only social and national developments, but also on the promotion of individuals and companies by re-examining the various phenomena that define companies. In order to conduct this study, we have exaimed the relationship between subordinate factors of social responsibility activities and job performance, as well as the role CEO’s should have in showing genuine leadership and job semantics. A total of 312 valid questionnaires were obtained, and hypotheses were tested using regression analysis, hierarchical regression analysis, and 3-way interactions. As a result of the analysis, it could be seen that corporate social responsibility activities not only enhanced the performance of the members, but also confirmed that the intrinsic leadership of the CEO. Additionally, it could be observed that the goodness of the members’ job play a very significant role in a company’s developments. The results of this study show that the CEO and members need to make efforts to increase ethics and that they can gain more competitiveness and improve their reputation by promoting their sense of calling and feeling of compassion.

Abstract

1. Introduction

3. Research Method

5. Conclusion

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