Intermediary Role of Job Burnout between Individual-Organization Matching and Turnover Intention Based on Regression Analysis
Li Hui1, Wang Qun2 , Chen Lin3
COMPUTER MODELLING & NEW TECHNOLOGIES 2014 18(12C) 339-345
1,2,3 Business School, Hohai University, Mailbox 490, the 8th of Focheng West Road, Jiangning District, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
Lots of researches have been conducted on relationship between individual-organization matching and job involvement at home and abroad, while less are related with job burnout. Under the background of commercial banks in Chinese cultural context, the influence of individual-organization matching on job burnout and turnover intention was studied using multivariate hierarchical regression. The results showed that three dimensions of individual-organization matching and three dimensions of job burnout had significant negative effect on turnover intention; some job burnout behaviors played an intermediary role in the influence of individual-organization on turnover intention. Therefore, individual-organization matching should be improved to reduce the level of employee burnout, thereby reducing their turnover intention. It has important significance for Chinese commercial banks to remain competitive in future financial reform through excellent human resources.