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An Empirical Study of the Influence of Perceived Organizational Support, Leader Member Exchange and Proactive Personality on Turnover Intention and Innovative Work Behavior: The Mediating Role of Employee Engagement (Published)

Purpose: The authors investigate employee engagement at work for employees as the mediating mechanism for the influence of perceived organizational support, leader member exchange, and proactive personality on turnover intention and innovative work behavior. It critically reflects on the issue of employee engagement to develop the theoretical model of this study and provide empirical evidence to explain the link between perceived organizational support, leader member exchange, proactive personality, employee engagement, innovative work behavior and turnover intention with the aim of increasing the levels of engagement in the workplace, lowering the turnover intention and increasing creativity and innovative work behavior. Design/methodology/approach: Data is collected from 142 employees and managers in Saudi context, and statistical analysis is performed on SPSS 28 and Mplus 8.7, conduct CFA and structural equation modeling. Findings: The results are concluded by the quantitative approach to investigate the relationships under this study. Findings confirm the impact of mediation of employee engagement in the effect of perceived organizational support, leader member exchange and proactive personality on innovative work behavior and turnover intention. The mediation of employee engagement in the effect of perceived organizational support, leader member exchange and proactive personality on turnover intent is a negative correlation. Originality: A theoretical framework is proposed whereby the model is evaluated with SPSS and structural equation modeling. This study contributes to the literature regarding the struggle of disengagement in the workplace and its implications for management.

Citation: Maha Khan and Suad Dukhaykh (2022) An Empirical Study of the Influence of Perceived Organizational Support, Leader Member Exchange and Proactive Personality on Turnover Intention and Innovative Work Behavior: The Mediating Role of Employee Engagement, Global Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.10, No.4, pp.32-59

Keywords: Employee Engagement, Turnover Intention, innovative work behavior, leader member exchange, perceived organizational support., proactive personality

Influence of Organizational Culture, Transformational Leadership, Compensation and Career Development on Job Satisfaction and Their Implications on Employees Turnover Intention of Pt Kalbe Farma Tbk (Published)

This study examines the effect of organizational culture, transformational leadership, compensation, and career development on job satisfaction and its implications for turnover intention, in employees of PT Kalbe Farma Tbk. The instrument used in this research is a questionnaire to 100 respondents, then analyzed descriptively and quantitatively. Descriptive analysis in this study is used to provide an overview of the characteristics of respondents and an overview of research variables. In contrast, quantitative analysis conducted by SEM – PLS (Partial Least Square) will test the hypothesis in this study. Based on the results of the analysis in this study, the results obtained are that:1) Organizational Culture has a positive effect on Job Satisfaction; 2) Transformational Leadership has a positive effect on Job Satisfaction; 3) Compensation has a positive effect on job satisfaction; 4) Career development has a positive effect on job satisfaction; 5) Organizational Culture has a negative effect on Turnover Intention; 6) Transformational Leadership has a positive effect on Turnover Intention; 7) Compensation has a negative effect on Turnover Intention; 8) Career Development has a negative effect on Turnover Intention; 9) Job Satisfaction has a negative effect on Turnover Intention.

Citation: Chrisna William, and  Setyo Riyanto (2022) Influence of Organizational Culture, Transformational Leadership, Compensation and Career Development on Job Satisfaction and Their Implications on Employees Turnover Intention of Pt Kalbe Farma Tbk, Global Journal of Human Resource Management, Vol.10, No.1, pp.1-16

Keywords: Career Development, Compensation, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Culture, Transformational Leadership, Turnover Intention

Employee Engagement and Performance of Selected Private Universities in Delta State, Nigeria (Published)

In the present turbulent and unpredictable Nigerian business environment, the non-availability of employee voice in some private universities in Delta State has made employee turnover intention a major problem. The broad objective of the study is to determine the relationship that exists between employee engagement and performance of selected private universities in Delta State, while the specific objective is to ascertain the extent to which employee voice affects turnover intention of employees in the selected private universities in Delta State. Survey research design was adopted for the study, a total population of 254 employees in the selected private universities was used for the study, and the Taro Yamane sampling technique was used in selecting the sample size of 155 employees. The data collection tool employed by the researchers was the questionnaire, while the analysis of the data was done using the Pearson product moment correlation coefficient analysis. The findings revealed that there is a significant positive relationship between employee voice and turnover intention of employees in the selected private universities in Delta State. Based on the findings, the researchers concluded that when employees have a voice on matters that affects them in the organisation, it increases employees desire to stay in such organisation. The researchers however recommended that management of private universities should provide an avenue through which employees can express their opinions on matters that affects them.

Keywords: Employee Engagement, Employee Voice, Performance, Turnover Intention

Organizational Politics and Turnover Intention: A Study from Private Colleges of Pakistan (Published)

The organizational politics is not a new phenomenon. Due to cultural differences it may be in different shapes but it is existing in every organization. In Pakistan the educational employee also engage himself in politics especially in private colleges. Likewise, others, the organizational politics is a cause of employee turnover intention. This study aims to know the relationship of organizational politics and its three antecedent’s (favoritism, pay and promotion and scarcity of resources) on employee turnover intention in private colleges. The Multan city was choosing to collect the data from respondents. A quantitative method was used in this study. To test the hypotheses regression analysis was used. The result of this study revealed that favoritism, pay and promotion and scarcity of resources antecedents of organizational politics create a politics tendency in employees and that will result in employee turnover intention. 

Keywords: Organizational Politics, Pakistan, Political Perception, Private Colleges, Turnover Intention

Employee Engagement and Performance of Selected Private Universities in Delta State, Nigeria (Published)

In the present turbulent and unpredictable Nigerian business environment, the non-availability of employee voice in some private universities in Delta State has made employee turnover intention a major problem. The broad objective of the study is to determine the relationship that exists between employee engagement and performance of selected private universities in Delta State, while the specific objective is to ascertain the extent to which employee voice affects turnover intention of employees in the selected private universities in Delta State. Survey research design was adopted for the study, a total population of 254 employees in the selected private universities was used for the study, and the Taro Yamane sampling technique was used in selecting the sample size of 155 employees. The data collection tool employed by the researchers was the questionnaire, while the analysis of the data was done using the Pearson product moment correlation coefficient analysis. The findings revealed that there is a significant positive relationship between employee voice and turnover intention of employees in the selected private universities in Delta State. Based on the findings, the researchers concluded that when employees have a voice on matters that affects them in the organisation, it increases employees desire to stay in such organisation. The researchers however recommended that management of private universities should provide an avenue through which employees can express their opinions on matters that affects them.

Keywords: Employee Engagement, Employee Voice, Performance, Turnover Intention