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    Title: A multilevel investigation of relationships among brand-centered HRM, brand psychological ownership, brand citizenship behaviors, and customer satisfaction
    Authors: Chang, Aihwa;Chiang, Hsu-Hsin;Han, Tzu-Shian
    Contributors: 企管系
    Keywords: Brand citizenship behaviours;Brand psychological ownership;Brand-centred human resource management;Brands;Corporate branding;Customer satisfaction
    Date: 2012-07
    Issue Date: 2014-02-26 13:48:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Purpose – This paper aims to investigate the process of internal brand management that makes employees identify with the corporate brand and produce positive attitudes and behaviors, thus contributing to customer satisfaction. Three constructs, brand-centered HRM, brand psychological ownership, and brand citizenship behaviors, are utilized to examine the process of internal brand management. The first construct, brand-centered human resource management (HRM), represents managerial practices that improve brand cognitions and brand attitude of employees. The second construct, brand psychological ownership, explains the psychological experiences that make employees feel brand ownership and then express altruistic spirit of the brand. The third construct, brand citizenship behaviors, shows that employees live the brand. Design/methodology/approach – This multilevel research of collecting data from 453 employees, 172 supervisors, and 933 customers from 26 hotels demonstrates the results of different levels. Hierarchical linear modeling is utilized to investigate the relationships among these constructs.Findings – Results at the individual level show that brand psychological ownership of employees has positive effects on brand citizenship behaviors, and all factors of these two constructs are also correlated positively. Results at the cross level demonstrate that brand-centered HRM has positive effects on brand psychological ownership and brand citizenship behaviors. Organizational-level brand citizenship behaviors positively affect customer satisfaction. Furthermore, brand psychological ownership partially mediates the relationship between brand-centered HRM and brand citizenship behaviors. Practical implications – An organization can adopt brand-centered HR practices to make employees produce brand psychological ownership and brand citizenship behaviors, thus contributing to customer satisfaction. HR managers can strengthen employees' brand citizenship behaviors by fostering their brand psychological ownership feelings. Originality/value – This paper explores the conception, measurement, and explanatory power of the new research construct (i.e. brand psychological ownership) on the effectiveness of internal brand management.
    Relation: European Journal of Marketing, 46(5), 626-662
    Source URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/03090561211212458
    Data Type: article
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