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Revisiting the relationship of supervisor trust and CEO trust to turnover intentions: A three-country comparative study

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  • Costigan, Robert D.
  • Insinga, Richard C.
  • Berman, J. Jason
  • Kranas, Grazyna
  • Kureshov, Vladimir A.

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Dirks and Ferrin (2002) conducted a landmark meta-analysis that addressed many questions about the antecedents and effects of the employee's trust in their direct leader and in the organization's leadership. There are still some unanswered research questions. The present study addresses direct-leader trust and organization-leadership trust in the international setting (U.S., Russia, and Poland) while employing a refined research design that minimizes range restriction. The results show that trust of the firm's CEO and top management is more highly correlated with turnover intentions than is trust of the supervisor. In-group collectivism dimension did not moderate these trust and turnover-intentions relationships.

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  • Costigan, Robert D. & Insinga, Richard C. & Berman, J. Jason & Kranas, Grazyna & Kureshov, Vladimir A., 2011. "Revisiting the relationship of supervisor trust and CEO trust to turnover intentions: A three-country comparative study," Journal of World Business, Elsevier, vol. 46(1), pages 74-83, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:worbus:v:46:y:2011:i:1:p:74-83
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    1. Hon, Alice H.Y. & Lu, Lin, 2015. "Are we paid to be creative? The effect of compensation gap on creativity in an expatriate context," Journal of World Business, Elsevier, vol. 50(1), pages 159-167.

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