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Title: Sanctification of work and turnover of teachers under insurgency: Would career satisfaction and affective commitment mediate the relationship?
Authors: Vem, Linus Jonathan
Mbasua, Yakubu Ali
Davireng, Makrop
Keywords: Affective commitment,
Turnover intention
Issue Date: 30-Mar-2020
Publisher: Journal of Educational Administration
Series/Report no.: Vol. 58;Iss. 2; Pp1-16
Abstract: Purpose – Sanctification of work research is still a growing area among management and educational guild of researchers. The purpose of this paper is to explore the intervening role of career satisfaction and affective commitment in the relationship between sanctification and turnover intentions among teachers in a Boko Haram infested region of Nigeria. Design/methodology/approach – The authors adopted a cross-sectional survey design using 375 responses out of the 600 administered questionnaires to three states within the context of this study. The usable data were analyzed using SmartPLS version 3.2.7 to evaluate the hypothesized relationships. Findings – The results reveal: negative but insignificant relationship between sanctification and turnover intention; career satisfaction and affective commitment mediate the relationship between sanctification of work and employee intention to leave. Originality/value – The predictive role of sanctification was proven to be insignificant under unfriendly work environment, which is contrary to the literature on the role sanctification. The mediating role of career satisfaction and affective commitment between sanctification and turnover intention is relatively new. The two constructs constitute the mechanism through which the relationships are sustained; hence the hypotheses on the indirect relationships are established.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3395
ISSN: 0957-8234
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