The Influence of Workplace Spirituality to Psychology Capital in Taiwan Hospitality Industry

Authors

  • Ming-Chia Chen Department of Fashion Imaging, MingDao University, Taiwan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53555/ephbms.v5i6.1425

Keywords:

Psychology capital, workplace spirituality, hospitality

Abstract

Catering practitioners are different from other industry employees. They don’t have two days off on weekdays, and their salaries are lower than other industry. In addition, their competitive pressures higher, staffs lost quickly. So, they often work overtime, and cause great impact on their body and mind. Thus, the purpose of the study is to help solve problem of brain drain, then help some hotels to reduce labor costs. Make hospitality practitioners understand their own mental health, in order to achieve better efficiency. This paper use questionnaire survey method, then throwing a questionnaire to top 300 hospitality companies, and returned 1428 effective questionnaires with the effective returned rate of 47.63%. The results show that workplace spirituality has a very high degree of relationship to psychology capital among hospitality industry’s employees.

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Published

2019-06-30

How to Cite

Chen, M.-C. . (2019). The Influence of Workplace Spirituality to Psychology Capital in Taiwan Hospitality Industry. EPH - International Journal of Business &Amp; Management Science, 5(6), 01–32. https://doi.org/10.53555/ephbms.v5i6.1425