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|標題:||The Effect of Cultural Intelligence, Culture Shock and Emotional Intelligence on Foreign Labors' Adjustment and Performance|
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|摘要:||This study examined the effect of cultural intelligence on the individuals' adjustment and job performance in a cultural diversity situation and further examined the mediating effect of culture shock and the moderating effect of emotional intelligence. We used paper-based questionnaires to survey 388 Filipino labors in Taiwan's manufacturing industries, resulting a return rate of 77.6%.
The results of hierarchical linear regression analysis prove that cultural intelligence is positively related to cross-cultural adjustment and job performance. The result also found culture shock mediated the relation of cultural intelligence and job performance but did not mediate the relation of cultural intelligence and cross-cultural adjustment. In addition, emotional intelligence partly moderated the relationship of cultural intelligence and job performance. At the end, conclusions, recommendations, and limitations were provided.|
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