Mediating Role of Job Involvement in the Relationship between Work- Family Conflict and Perceived organizational support with Turnover Intention among military personnel

The aim of present study was to investigate the mediating role of job involvement in the relationship between work- family conflict and perceived organizational support with Intention to leave. In this correlation study a total of 250 employees among male married military personnel from health secti...

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Main Author: salman zarei
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Language:fas
Published: Allameh Tabataba'i University Press 2019-04-01
Series:Faṣlnāmah-i Farhang Mushavirah va Ravān/Darmānī
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Online Access:http://qccpc.atu.ac.ir/article_9417_c47a105b5fc336ed2e12e31f95412951.pdf
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spelling doaj-f650bea3cb734564babed3db98f3054e2020-11-25T03:16:39ZfasAllameh Tabataba'i University PressFaṣlnāmah-i Farhang Mushavirah va Ravān/Darmānī2345-60512019-04-01103717119810.22054/QCCPC.2019.35350.1949Mediating Role of Job Involvement in the Relationship between Work- Family Conflict and Perceived organizational support with Turnover Intention among military personnelsalman zarei 0Assistant professor in counseling, Psychology Department, Lorestan University, Khorramabad, IranThe aim of present study was to investigate the mediating role of job involvement in the relationship between work- family conflict and perceived organizational support with Intention to leave. In this correlation study a total of 250 employees among male married military personnel from health section were selected via convenience sampling. Data were collected using work- family conflict questionnaire (Netemeyer, 1996), Turnover intention scale (O’ Reilly, 1991), Jon involvement questionnaire (Kanungo, 1982) and Perceived organizational support questionnaire (Eisenberger, 1997).To analyze the data descriptive statistics, Pierson Correlation and structural equation model were conducted. The results showed that direct effect of work-family conflict on the intention to leave (β = 0.22, P<0.01) and direct effect of family-work conflict on the intention to leave (β= 0.15, P<0.01) were significantly positive; the direct effect of perceived organizational support on the intention to leave (β = -0.34, p <0.01) and the direct effect of job involvement on the intention to leave (P<0.01, β = -0.16) were significantly negative. Also, results showed that mediating role of job involvement in the relationship between work-family conflict and turnover intention (β = 0.008, P> 0.05) was not significant, but mediating role of job involvement in the relationship between family-work conflict and turnover intention (β = 0.03, P <0.05) wsa significant. Finally, results showed that the role of job involvemet is significant in the relationship between perceived organizational support and turnover intention (β = -0.07, P <0.01). http://qccpc.atu.ac.ir/article_9417_c47a105b5fc336ed2e12e31f95412951.pdfjob involvement work- family conflict perceived organizational support turnover intention
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Mediating Role of Job Involvement in the Relationship between Work- Family Conflict and Perceived organizational support with Turnover Intention among military personnel
Faṣlnāmah-i Farhang Mushavirah va Ravān/Darmānī
job involvement work- family conflict perceived organizational support turnover intention
author_facet salman zarei
author_sort salman zarei
title Mediating Role of Job Involvement in the Relationship between Work- Family Conflict and Perceived organizational support with Turnover Intention among military personnel
title_short Mediating Role of Job Involvement in the Relationship between Work- Family Conflict and Perceived organizational support with Turnover Intention among military personnel
title_full Mediating Role of Job Involvement in the Relationship between Work- Family Conflict and Perceived organizational support with Turnover Intention among military personnel
title_fullStr Mediating Role of Job Involvement in the Relationship between Work- Family Conflict and Perceived organizational support with Turnover Intention among military personnel
title_full_unstemmed Mediating Role of Job Involvement in the Relationship between Work- Family Conflict and Perceived organizational support with Turnover Intention among military personnel
title_sort mediating role of job involvement in the relationship between work- family conflict and perceived organizational support with turnover intention among military personnel
publisher Allameh Tabataba'i University Press
series Faṣlnāmah-i Farhang Mushavirah va Ravān/Darmānī
issn 2345-6051
publishDate 2019-04-01
description The aim of present study was to investigate the mediating role of job involvement in the relationship between work- family conflict and perceived organizational support with Intention to leave. In this correlation study a total of 250 employees among male married military personnel from health section were selected via convenience sampling. Data were collected using work- family conflict questionnaire (Netemeyer, 1996), Turnover intention scale (O’ Reilly, 1991), Jon involvement questionnaire (Kanungo, 1982) and Perceived organizational support questionnaire (Eisenberger, 1997).To analyze the data descriptive statistics, Pierson Correlation and structural equation model were conducted. The results showed that direct effect of work-family conflict on the intention to leave (β = 0.22, P<0.01) and direct effect of family-work conflict on the intention to leave (β= 0.15, P<0.01) were significantly positive; the direct effect of perceived organizational support on the intention to leave (β = -0.34, p <0.01) and the direct effect of job involvement on the intention to leave (P<0.01, β = -0.16) were significantly negative. Also, results showed that mediating role of job involvement in the relationship between work-family conflict and turnover intention (β = 0.008, P> 0.05) was not significant, but mediating role of job involvement in the relationship between family-work conflict and turnover intention (β = 0.03, P <0.05) wsa significant. Finally, results showed that the role of job involvemet is significant in the relationship between perceived organizational support and turnover intention (β = -0.07, P <0.01).
topic job involvement work- family conflict perceived organizational support turnover intention
url http://qccpc.atu.ac.ir/article_9417_c47a105b5fc336ed2e12e31f95412951.pdf
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