The relationship between returned post-90s Chinese business talents' Subjective well-being, Openness to Experience, Behavioral CQ and Motivational CQ
Keywords:Openness to experience, Motivational CQ, Chinese returned talents, Subjective well- being
It is crucial to foster Cultural Intelligence within the human resource management of a global organization. However, there are no scholars in Thailand to explore the relationship between Openness of Experience, CQ, and SWB of Chinese return business talents. Therefore, this study aims to explore these four variables and give a reference for the Chinese government and human resource department to do the strategy of retaining overseas returnees. This study distributed a questionnaire to 103 Chinese corporate employees who have finished studying and returned from Thailand. The Model 6 of SPSS 25.0 and Process 3.5 was used to conduct the statistical analysis.
The results came out: 1. Motivational CQ has partial mediating effect on the relationship between openness to experience and subjective well-being; 2. Motivational CQ and Subjective well-being is significantly positively correlated to each other ; 3. Openness to experience is significantly positively correlated to subjective well-being ; 4. Openness to experience has a significant positive impact on motivational cultural intelligence ; 5. Behavioral cultural intelligence has no mediating effect on the relationship between openness to experience and subjective well-being. 6. Behavioral cultural intelligence and motivational cultural intelligence have no mediating effects of the relationship between the openness to experience and subjective well-being.
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