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Conceptualising Negative Workplace Impact on Employees’ Innovative Behavior in Educational Enterprises
This study aims to formulate a conceptual framework to identify the factors that impact the innovative behavior of educational enterprise employees. This paper uses a conceptual method i.e.utilizing gathering and analyzing extant literature from online and offline materials related to innovative behaviors and other relevant subjects in educational enterprises. Because of the impact brought by the COVID-19 pandemic and the implementation of the Double Reduction Policy that targeted educational enterprises in China, workplace ostracism, compulsory citizenship behavior, and perceived job insecurity negatively influence educational enterprise employees’ innovative behavior. The study hopes to provide an outlook on the behavior of educational enterprises by investigating the impact of workplace ostracism, compulsory citizenship behavior, and perceived job insecurity on the innovative behavior of educational enterprises. By discussing the factors which impact employee innovative behaviour, a conceptual framework is proposed for an empirical study to be done soon. It is critical as the findings can be used to improve the quality of life of the teachers as well as the quality of teaching in the educational enterprises which is in line with SDG 4.
workplace ostracism, compulsory citizenship behavior, perceived job insecurity, innovative behavior, educational enterprise employees, COVID-19, SDG 4
Citation: Da Fang, Geetha Subramaniam and Gooi Leong Mow (2023). Conceptualising Negative Workplace Impact on Employees’ Innovative Behavior in Educational Enterprises. Horizon J. Hum. Soc. Sci. Res. 5 (2), 149–158. https://doi.org/10.37534/bp.jhssr.2023.v5.n2.id1228.p149
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