The interactive effects of organizational and leadership career management support on job satisfaction and turnover intention

  title={The interactive effects of organizational and leadership career management support on job satisfaction and turnover intention},
  author={Lucia Maria Barbosa de Oliveira and Fl{\'a}via Cavazotte and Rodrigo Alan Dunzer},
  journal={The International Journal of Human Resource Management},
  pages={1583 - 1603}
Abstract In the organizational career management literature, scholars have focused on career management policies, with little attention given to practices that can vary within organizations. And despite its recognized importance, research on the role of leaders in the career management process is also scant. In this study, we investigate the effects of career management practices (OCPs) and leadership career support (LCS) on employee attitudes. Grounded on coping theory, we propose that career… 

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