Relationships among future time perspective, career and organizational commitment, occupational self-efficacy, and turnover intention

In-Jo Park1, Heajung Jung2
1Department of Psychology, Yonsei University, Republic of Korea
2School of Business, Konkuk University, Republic of Korea
Cite this article:  Park, I.-J., & Jung, H. (2015). Relationships among future time perspective, career and organizational commitment, occupational self-efficacy, and turnover intention. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 43(9), 1547-1562.

Volume 43 Issue 9 | e4760 | Published: October 2015 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2015.43.9.1547

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We examined how future time perspective (FTP) is related to the career-related variables of occupational self-efficacy, career commitment, and organizational commitment, and how it indirectly influences turnover intention. Full-time employees (N = 555) in a wide range of industries participated in this research. We used structural equation modeling and the biased-corrected bootstrapping method of testing for mediation to analyze the data. Results showed that FTP had a direct effect on occupational self-efficacy and career commitment and an indirect effect on turnover intention through the mediators of occupational self-efficacy and career commitment. Occupational self-efficacy indirectly influenced turnover intention through the mediators of career commitment and organizational commitment. Implications of FTP in the field of human resources are discussed.

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