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    Title: 潛能與職涯滿意度、晉升力評分及薪資成長率的關係─以任務性績效為中介變項
    Authors: 游榮吉;Yu, Rong-Ji
    Contributors: 高階主管企管碩士班
    Keywords: 員工潛能;任務性績效;晉升力評分;職涯滿意度;薪資成長率;employee potential;task performance;promotability ratings;career satisfaction;salary growth rate
    Date: 2018-07-18
    Issue Date: 2018-08-31 14:31:58 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 如何協助員工達成職涯上的成功,進而促成組織的成功,是人才管理上的一項重要課題。因為高潛能員工具有高認知決策力、高學習驅策力、高挫折復原力、高影響力及高社會力,因此較容易有晉升的機會,而獲得職涯的成功。
    ;How to help employees reach the success of their careers and promote the success of the organization is an important topic in talent management. Because high potential employees have high cognitive ability, high learning ability, high drive for excellence, high influence and high social ability, they are more likely to have opportunities for promotion and succeed in their career.
    Potential is the ability and trait that can stand out from the crowd in the future, which is a hidden and undiscovered character based on the potential of the iceberg theory. Thus this study is to examine task performance mediates the relationship between employees’ potential and their career success.
    The result of this study shows that the task performance has positively associated with promotability ratings. Additionally, the result of this study also indicates that task performance has partially mediating effect between employees’potential and their career success.
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