||WORK-LIFE BALANCE AND JOB SATISFACTION OF THE EXPATRIATE IN HAITI
||WORK-LIFE BALANCE AND JOB SATISFACTION OF THE EXPATRIATE IN HAITI
||Institute of International Management
This study focus on the effect work-life balance, ICT use, cultural intelligence and the adjustment on expatriate job performance. This study focuses on the affects work-life balance, ICT use, cultural intelligence have on the adjustment of expatriate job performance. Based on sample of 308 expatriate working in Haiti, cultural intelligence was established to be vitally important to job performance in international projects.
Specifically, the results of this study show that expatriates in Haiti with better performance and social cultural intelligence, do better in their job performance. Better expatriate adjustment and performance is associated with better social and cultural intelligence. The discovery of this study provide the information in the cross cultural administration workers field as well as applied suggestion of the expatriate.
TABLE OF CONTENTS III
LIST OF TABLES VII
LIST OF FIGURES VIII
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Research Background. 1
1.2 Research Motivation. 4
1.3 Research Objectives. 5
1.4 Research Gaps. 6
1.5 Research Procedure. 8
1.6 Research Structure. 9
CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW 11
2.1 Border Theory. 11
2.2 Theory of Multiple intelligence. 18
2.3 Explanation of Constructs. 22
2.3.1 Work-life Balance. 22
2.3.2 Family Flexibility. 23
2.3.3 Work-family Life. 24
2.3.4 Work Permeability. 25
2.3.5 Job Satisfaction. 26
2.3.6 Expatriate Performance. 28
2.3.7 Cultural Intelligence. 29
2.3.8 Expatriate Adjustment. 31
2.3.9 ICT Use. 32
2.4 Hypotheses Development. 33
2.4.1 The Relationship between Family Flexibility and Work-life Balance. 33
2.4.2 The Relationship between Work-family Life and Work-life Balance. 34
2.4.3 The Relationship between Work Permeability and Work-life Balance. 35
2.4.4 The Relationship among Work-life Balance to Job Satisfaction. 36
2.4.5 The Relationship between ICT Use, Family Flexibility and Work-life Balance. 38
2.4.6 The Relationship between ICT Use, Work-family Life and Work-life Balance. 38
2.4.7 The Relationship between ICT Use, Work Permeability and Work-life Balance. 39
2.4.8 Relationship between Cultural Intelligence, and Expatriate Adjustment. 40
2.4.9 The Relationship between Expatriate Adjustments to Expatriate Performance. 42
2.4.10 Relationship between Expatriate Performance and Job Satisfaction. 43
CHAPTER THREE RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY 44
3.1 Research Model. 44
3.2 Summary of Hypothesis. 45
3.3 Measurements Construct. 46
3.4 Measurements of Dependent Variables. 47
3.4.1 Family Flexibility. 47
3.4.2 Work-family Life. 47
3.4.3 Work Permeability. 48
3.4.4 Work-life Balance. 48
3.4.5 ICT Use. 49
3.4.6 Expatriate Adjustment. 49
3.4.7 Job Satisfaction. 50
3.4.8 Expatriate Performance. 51
3.4.9 Cultural Intelligence. 51
3.5 Sampling Plan. 54
3.6 Data Analysis Procedure. 54
3.6.1 Description Statistical Analysis. 54
3.6.2 Factor Analysis. 54
3.6.3 Reliability and Validity Test. 55
3.6.4. SmartPLS. 55
CHAPTER FOUR RESEARCH RESULTS 57
4.1 Characteristics of the Respondents. 57
4.2 Confirmatory Factor Analysis. 60
4.3 Path Analysis Direct Effect Results. 62
4.4 Path Analysis Moderating Effect Results. 63
CHAPTER FIVE CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTIONS 65
5.1 Research Discussion and Conclusions. 65
5.2 Theoretical and Managerial Implications. 66
5.3 Research Limitations and Suggestions for Future Research. 68
Appendix 1: survey questions 82
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