Employee voice behavior revisited: its forms and antecedents
The purpose of this article is twofold. First, this article attempts to classify employee voice behavior using three distinct dimensions of voice message embedded in employee voice behavior: voice change beneficiary, voice change approach and voice change time orientation. Second, this article discusses the theoretical underpinning that can be used to best explain the antecedents of a certain form of employee voice behavior.
Chou, S. Y., & Barron, K. (2016). Employee voice behavior revisited: Its forms and antecedents: MRN. Management Research Review, 39(12), 1720-1737. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.utpb.edu/login?url=https://www.proquest.com/scholarly-journals/employee-voice-behavior-revisited-forms/docview/1843762419/se-2?accountid=7137