Title: Research on the Correlation Between Psychological Capital and Career Hope in the Hospitality Industry after COVID-19: Moderating Effect of Career Engagement
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation
Hsin-Yun Chang, Yu Da University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
This study aims to construct and verify the relationship model between psychological capital and career hope in the catering industry after the new crown epidemic, and further explores the moderating effect of career engagement on the relationship between psychological capital and career hope. In this study, "Catering Practitioners" was conducted through a structured questionnaire and a total of 289 valid questionnaires were collected. In this study, the K-group averaging method of cluster analysis was used to divide the samples into two sub-samples of high career engagement and low career engagement, and the multi-group solution method was used to verify the adjustment effect.
The research results show that: 1. After the epidemic, the psychological capital of catering and tourism practitioners has no significant impact on the sense of career hope; 2.Career engagement in the catering industry is positive and significantly affects the sense of career hope; 3.Career engagement has a significant impact on the relationship between psychological capital and career hope. The relationship between career hope has no significant moderating effect. A closer look at the individual patterns of the two groups shows that in the low career engagement group, psychological capital has no significant effect on career hope, and in the high career engagement group, psychological capital has a significant effect on career hope . The results of this study suggest that after the epidemic, the hospitality industry can build employees' psychological capital and achieve a higher level of career hope by enhancing and rewarding employees' career engagement.
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