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Effects of HRM Practices and LMX on Turnover Intention of SMEs employees : Focusing on the Mediating Effects of Job Satisfaction
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Effects of HRM Practices and LMX on Turnover Intention of SMEs employees : Focusing on the Mediating Effects of Job Satisfaction
Yoo, Eun Hee; Kim, Jong Keun;
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 Abstract
This study is the result of an empirical research that may contribute to the management on employee turnover of SMEs by looking over factors affecting the intention of employee turnover. Welfare satisfaction, recognition, empowerment, organizational flexibility and LMX expertise respect, higher contribution showed a positive effect on job satisfaction. Welfare satisfaction, empowerment, leader of the professional respect showed negative effect on turnover intention. Job satisfaction partially mediated welfare satisfaction, professional respect and completely mediated empowerment. The results implies that job satisfaction needs to be also considered when HRM practice and LMX are examined for reducing employee turnover.
 Keywords
Turnover Intention;SMEs;HRM Practices;LMX;Job Satisfaction;
 Language
Korean
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