Occupational well-being as a mediator between job insecurity and turnover intention: Findings at the individual and work department levels

@inproceedings{Mauno2014OccupationalWA,
  title={Occupational well-being as a mediator between job insecurity and turnover intention: Findings at the individual and work department levels},
  author={Saija Mauno and Nele de Cuyper and Asko Tolvanen and Ulla Kinnunen and Anne M{\"a}kikangas},
  year={2014}
}
  • Saija Mauno, Nele de Cuyper, +2 authors Anne Mäkikangas
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • This study examined the relationship between job insecurity and turnover intention by applying occupational well-being (exhaustion, vigour) as a mediator. The study was inspired by two theories: the conservation of resources and emotional contagion theories. We investigated the relationships at the individual and work department levels by utilizing Multi-Level Structural Equation Modeling (ML-SEM) with the aim of clarifying whether the mediating mechanism was similar at both levels. In addition… CONTINUE READING

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