The purpose of the study was examined the significance of the influences of commitment-based HRM practices, leader-member exchange (LMX) on knowledge sharing and employee creativity. The study was conducted on 17 hotels operating in Cambodia. Based on “personal interview” technique, 342 dyadic data were collected from managerial and non-managerial employees. The questionnaire was developed by using a-5 point Likert scale. Structural equation model (SEM) in AMOS 21.0 was employed to test five research hypotheses. The SEM results demonstrated that commitment-based HRM practices and leader-member exchange made significant contributions to knowledge sharing and employee creativity; the significant correlation between knowledge sharing and employee creativity was also confirmed in this study, too. The findings are to fulfill the gap of literature and empirical study.
Prof. Dr. Bilal BİLGİN