Work Role Stressors and Turnover Intentions: A Study of IT Personnel in South Korea
This paper focuses on the relationship between work role stressors and job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and turnover intention among IT personnel. To collect data, we received the cooperation of the IT SME/Venture Business Association in Korea. IT firms provided the names and addresses of IT personnel working in the Seoul and Gyeonggi region. Results indicated that work role stressors had a positive, indirect effect on turnover intention through low job satisfaction and organizational commitment. The relationship between WFC and organizational commitment was significant. Findings suggested that role ambiguity has negative impact on organizational commitment. The mediating effect of job satisfaction and organizational commitment on turnover intention was not supported.
Volume (Year): 22 (2008)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 272 - 290
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