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California State University, Long Beach
Psychology
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Kim Howsden Griese, MS

Current city of residence:
     

E-mail address:
     kim_griese@hotmail.com  
     kim.griese@realogy.com

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Organization for which I currently work:
     Realogy
    
Job title:
     HRIS Manager

Past employers:
     Avaya
          Business Analyst, IT
     Oracle Learning Network
          Program Manager
     Oracle
          Principal Consultant, HRMS
     City of Torrance
          Organizational Development Leader

Research/IO interests:
     Customer satisfaction
     Organizational development and teams
     Team-based learning
     Performance measurement
     Quality
     Work-family issues

Undergraduate education:
     BA in Psychology, Art History
          Emory Univ, GA  

Thesis title and abstract:
The Effects of Perceived Organizational Support, Perceived Employee-Organization Value Congruence, and Work-Family Conflict on Organizational Commitment
     The increasing numbers of dual-worker couples has begun to impact organizations. Data were collected from a sample of 94 employees from four organizations. Results supported the hypotheses that there would be a positive relationship between (a) perceived organizationai support and organizational commitment, value congruence and organizational commitment, and value congruence and perceived organizational support and that there would be a negative relationship between (b) work-family conflict and organizational commitment, perceived organizational support, and value congruence. Work-family conflict was found to have a moderating effect on the relationship between perceived organizational support and organizational commitment. Structural modeling revealed both direct and indirect effects of work-family policies on work-family conflict, value congruence, perceived organizational support, and organizational commitment. Implications for further development of the social exchange model of commitment and further investigation of value congruency are discussed.

General interests: