Percepção de chamado e a intenção de deixar o emprego: papel moderador da mobilidade de emprego

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Marcelo Soares
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8772-9977
Bruno Felix
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6183-009X
Rozelia Laurett
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8546-3391

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Esta pesquisa teve como objetivo analisar a existência de relações positivas, negativas, diretas e indiretas (via satisfação no trabalho e autoeficácia) entre perceber um chamado e a intenção de deixar um emprego, assim como o papel moderador da percepção de mobilidade de emprego. Utilizou-se uma abordagem quantitativa, descritiva, com corte transversal e coleta de dados primários junto a 230 funcionários. Para analisar os dados, adotou-se a modelagem de equações estruturais. Os resultados apontam que há um efeito direto e negativo entre perceber um chamado e intenção de deixar o emprego, bem como entre satisfação no trabalho e a intenção de deixar o emprego. Identificou-se o efeito direto e positivo entre perceber um chamado e satisfação no trabalho e entre perceber um chamado e a autoeficácia. A satisfação no trabalho medeia parcialmente a relação entre perceber um chamado e a intenção de deixar o emprego. Não há efeito significativo entre autoeficácia e a intenção de deixar o emprego na amostra analisada. O efeito moderador da mobilidade de emprego nas relações entre satisfação do trabalho e autoeficácia com intenção de deixar o emprego não foram significativas.

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Soares, M., Felix, B., & Laurett, R. (2022). Percepção de chamado e a intenção de deixar o emprego: papel moderador da mobilidade de emprego. Cadernos EBAPE.BR, 20(6), 882–897. https://doi.org/10.1590/1679-395120220002
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