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Cognitive Flexibility and Work Motivation Affect the Physiological Stress and Psychological Stress that Reflect to the Self-confidence of Career Develoment
confidence in career development
The semiconductor industry is facing increasingly political and economic changes, pressure soaring would result to operating costs in enterprises. For this reason, this study was to explore the changes made under those factors affecting the workers’ career development confidence, such as work stress, achievement motivation and cognitive flexibility in the semi-conductor firms. The research participants were from R& D employees mainly in Taiwan's central semiconductor industry. Data of 465 were collected to be subjected for confirmatory factor analysis with structural equation modeling. The study found that cognitive flexibility was positively correlated with acievement motivation, cognitive flexibility could positively psychological stress but negatively physiological stress; achievement motivation could negatively predict both stress in psychology and psychology Moreover, besides two types of work stresses were negative correlated, both work stress were negatively related to con-fidence in career development within the firms. The implication of this study suggested the results can be applied to managerial practice to encourage workers’ confidence in career development to lead the staff and business in a win-win situation.
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