Effects of Employee Support on Junior Accountants' Job Attitudes and Intention to Quit
This study examines the effects of four types of employee support on a sample of 231 junior accountants' organisational commitment, job involvement and intention to quit. The four types of support include organisational, supervisory, psycho-social and career development support. Results of path analysis suggest that only organisational support and psycho-social support influence organisational commitment which, in turn, increases job involvement and reduces intention to quit.
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