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Effect of employee support on junior accountants' job attitudes and intention to quit by Christopher C.A. Chan, Gary S. Monroe, Juliana Ng and Rebecca Chyi Woan Tan

By: Chan, Christopher C.A.
Contributor(s): Monroe, Gary S | Ng, Juliana | Tan, Rebecca Chyi Woan.
Series: Australian Accounting Review.Publisher: , Australia 2008Description: 149-160.Subject(s): ACCOUNTANTS | HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT | CAREERS | EMPLOYEES | Careers_and_HRSummary: Studies the effect of four types of employee support - organisational, supervisory, psycho-social and career development support - on a sample of 231 junior accountants' organisational commitment, job involvement and intention to resign. Finds that only organisational and psycho-social support have the potential to increase organisational commitment and hence reduce intention to quit.
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Studies the effect of four types of employee support - organisational, supervisory, psycho-social and career development support - on a sample of 231 junior accountants' organisational commitment, job involvement and intention to resign. Finds that only organisational and psycho-social support have the potential to increase organisational commitment and hence reduce intention to quit.

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