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URN etd-0626119-113652
Author THAO NGUYEN THU PHAN
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Department Global Human Resource Management English MBA Program
Year 2018
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language English
Title A study of Vietnamese white-collar workers job embeddedness and turnover intention: The moderating effect of favorable attitudes to flexible work options
Date of Defense 2019-07-15
Page Count 107
Keyword
  • job embeddedness
  • fit
  • sacrifice
  • links
  • turnover intention
  • favorable attitudes to flexible work options
  • Abstract Up to now, few empirical studies separately examined the influence of each subdimension of job embeddedness, especially in non-Western context. Thus, based on Job
    embeddedness theory and the Conservation of resource (COR) theory, the present study aims
    to explore the negative relationship between six sub-dimensions of job embeddedness and
    turnover intention in Vietnam, a developing non-Western nation. In addition, this study also
    examined the moderating effect of favorable attitudes to flexible work options between
    organizational fit, links, sacrifice and turnover intention which has not been tested before.
    This study utilized a quantitative method and an online self-completion questionnaire to
    collect data from Vietnamese white-collar workers working in diverse industries. A total of
    139 validated questionnaires were used for analysis. A regression analysis in SPSS was
    conducted to measure the direct effects of the hypothesized relationships, while the
    moderating effects was tested using SPSS process. The findings revealed that organizational
    fit and sacrifice, community fit and sacrifice were found to be negatively related to turnover
    intention. In addition, the favorable attitudes to flexible work options only moderated the
    relationship between organizational sacrifice and turnover intention. Finally, the practical
    implications for Vietnamese managers were also reported in this study
    Advisory Committee
  • Yuan-Ling Chen - chair
  • Chia-Jung Lee - co-chair
  • David C McConville - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2019-07-26

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