The relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention: The moderation effect of constituent attachment

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Project Title: The relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention: The moderation effect of constituent attachment
Author: Mr. Bernard Tochukwu Obiechina
Advisor: Dr. Tanakorn Limsarun
Degree: Master of Business Administration (International Program)
Major: Human Resource
Faculty: Graduate Schools
Academic year: 2019

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Obiechina, Bernard Tochukwu. (2019). The relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention: The moderation effect of constituent attachment. (Thesis, Master of Business Administration). Bangkok: Siam University.


Abstract

This paper conducts the moderation analysis of constituent attachment on the relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention. Researcher hypothesize that organizational commitment would negatively predict turnover intention; and that constituent attachment would moderate this relationship at three distinct levels. Ninety-eight respondents from an IT firm in Bangkok, Thailand are employed to respond to constituent attachment, organizational commitment and turnover intention questionnaires. The results indicate that organizational commitment negatively predicts turnover intention, but constituent attachment did not moderate this relationship. Moderation analysis of constituent attachment indicates negative relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention at low, medium, and high levels of constituent attachment. Employees’ organizational commitment is high when turnover intention is low, and those who are attached to their coworkers are committed to their organization and are less likely to leave. The implications of these findings for both theory and practice are discussed.

Keywords: Constituent attachment, organizational commitment, turnover intention, moderation analysis


The relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention: The moderation effect of constituent attachment.

Master of Business Administration (International Program), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand

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