Research Papers/Topics in Industrial Psychology

Employee Perceptions and Attitudes Towards Organizational Change: A Study of Selected Organisations in Ghana

ABSTRACT  The study examined the impact of employee perceptions and the type of change their organisation is undergoing on their attitudes toward organisational change. Specifically, the study aimed to identify possible relationships between these perceptions and employee attitudes. It also sought to determine which of the perceptions are stronger, to ascertain differences between mangers and non-managers attitudes towards change and to find out whether the type of change the organisatio...

The Influence of Organizational Trust and Organizational Empowerment On Employee Job Involvement at A Multinational Organization in Ghana; The Moderating Role of Job Insecurity

ABSTRACT The purpose of the current study was to examine the relationship between organizational trust and organizational empowerment on employee job involvement. A random sample of 192 workers from the Nestle Ghana Limited participated in the survey. The moderating effect on the relationship between organizational trust and organizational empowerment on employee job involvement was also examined. It was hypothesized that, the presence of organizational trust and organizational empowerment wo...

Social Capital, Perceived Organizational Politics, And Workplace Crime: A Study Of Workers At The Driver And Vehicle Licensing Authority In The Eastern And Greater Accra Regions Of Ghana.

ABSTRACT This study examined the relationship between social capital, perceived organizational politics and workplace crime. In addition, the study explored the mediating role of social capital on the relationship between perceived organizational politics and workplace crime. Using the crosssectional survey design, a total of one hundred and fifty employees from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority were conveniently sampled and tested. The hypotheses were tested using Pearson Product M...

Risk Perception, Risk-Taking Attitude and Risky Driving Behavior Among Drivers in Ghana

ABSTRACT The study investigated the relationship between driver’s risk perception, risk-taking attitudes and risky driving behavior. The purpose of the study was to explain the variance in risky driving behavior, an outcome variable, as accounted for by risk perception and risk-taking attitude and to expand the knowledge of these personality factors (risk perception and risk-taking attitude) that contribute to the increased levels of road traffic accidents in Ghana. The cross-sectional surv...