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      Job crafting and turnover intention: The mediating role of work engagement and job satisfaction

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      Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal
      Scientific Journal Publishers Ltd

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          The aims in this study were to examine the influence of job crafting, job satisfaction, and work engagement on employee turnover intention, and to investigate the role of work engagement and job satisfaction as mediators in the relationship between job crafting and employee turnover intention. A validated questionnaire was used to collect data from 212 employees of a service company in China. The results of structural equation modeling showed that work engagement and job satisfaction partially mediated the job crafting–turnover intention relationship. These findings extended prior research and confirmed that job crafting, job satisfaction, and work engagement were each a predictor of employee turnover intention. These findings suggest that the turnover intention of employees could be reduced through generating job-crafting behaviors, and by improving job satisfaction and work engagement.

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          Journal
          Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal
          soc behav pers
          Scientific Journal Publishers Ltd
          0301-2212
          February 05 2020
          February 05 2020
          : 48
          : 2
          : 1-9
          Article
          10.2224/sbp.8759
          3139c18e-378c-47d1-999f-13874c5481d8
          © 2020
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          Psychology,Social & Behavioral Sciences,General behavioral science,Family & Child studies,Development studies

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