Federica Emanuel, Monica Molino, Lara Colombo, Claudio G. Cortese, Chiara Ghislieri

Exhaustion and turnover in the current labour market: The role of job insecurity and use of technology after work

  • Abstract

Informations and abstract

Keywords: Job Insecurity; Off-work Hours Technology Assisted Job Demand; Exhaustion; Turnover Intention; Job Demands-resources Theory.

Job insecurity and off-work hours Technology Assisted Job Demand (off-TAJD) can impact individual and organizational outcomes. This study aims to investigate the relationship between job insecurity, off-TAJD, cognitive demands and turnover intention by considering the mediation of exhaustion. The research involved a convenience sample of 543 employees with a permanent contract (51% of whom were female). Structural equations models showed a partial mediation of exhaustion between job insecurity and turnover intention, and a full mediation of exhaustion between off-TAJD and turnover intention. Contrary to expectations, cognitive demands were negatively related to turnover intention in the whole sample and in the female one. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.

Trova nel catalogo di Worldcat

Article first page

Article first page