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Psychological Capital as a Determinant of Organisational Citizenship Behaviour amidst Industrial Revolution 4.0: Mediating Role of Transfer of Training

Publication Date Jun 16, 2022

Abstract

Industrial Revolution 4.0 offers substantial value in elevating economic, environmental, and living standards (Schwab, 2016). Nevertheless, challenges in terms of feasibility and social acceptance must be addressed (Horváth & Szabó, 2019; Kadir et al., 2019) to warrant successful transformation (Galati & Bigliardi, 2019; Raj et al., 2019). The lingering issue of labour market polarisation across past industrial revolutions have compromised the degree of social acceptance (Galati & Bigliardi, 2019; Kovacs, 2018; Müller, 2019; Schwab, 2016)- particularly among youth who are most vulnerable yet playing increasingly prominent roles in the economy. Effective transfer of training hedges on the exhibition of the right psychological states. Therefore, this study seeks to examine the effects of psychological capital (PsyCap) in determining transfer of training (TOT) and organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB) among youth participants of Industry Revolution 4.0 in Sarawak, which is the largest and only state with a comprehensive digital economy blueprint in Malaysia. The study further examines the mediating effects of TOT (a job resource) on organisational citizenship behaviour. Keywords: Industrial Revolution 4.0 ; organisational citizenship behaviour; psychological capital; transfer of training; youth

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Organisational Citizenship Behaviour
Transfer Of Training
Industrial Revolution
Past Industrial Revolutions
Job Resource
Social Acceptance
Digital Blueprint
Psychological States
Degree Of Acceptance
Capital Transfer

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