Supervisory Support as Moderator between Work Family Conflict and Turnover Intentions
The purpose of this research is to investigate supervisory support as moderator between work family conflict (WFC) and turnover intentions in banking sector employees, working in Sindh province of Pakistan. Primary data were collected through Likert type survey questionnaire, targeting the 181 employees, working in commercial banks. The findings of this study shows the significant positive effect of work family conflict on turnover intentions of employees. Moreover, supervisory support was found as the significant moderator of the relationship between work family conflict and turnover intentions. The moderating effect of supervisory support significantly reduced the turnover intentions level of employees which they experienced due to work family conflict.
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