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Are organisational politics responsible for turnover intention in French Firefighters?

Abstract : Purpose-The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of different facets of perceived organisational politics and workplace attitudes onto turnover intention in the French Fire and Rescue service. Methodology-An electronic survey was administered to fire department employees (N=255) to investigate the effects of different forms of perceived organisational politics (POP) onto turnover intention, and test for mediation by affective organisational commitment and job satisfaction with structural equation modelling (Lisrel 9.90). Findings-Both pay-and-promotion and general perceived organisational politics indirectly predicted turnover intention in French firefighters, although the total effect of pay-andpromotion politics was greater than general politics. Affective organisational commitment and job satisfaction mediated the effect of perceived organisational politics onto turnover intention.
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Marina Burakova, Almuth Mcdowall, Carine Bianvet. Are organisational politics responsible for turnover intention in French Firefighters?. European Review of Applied Psychology / Revue Européenne de Psychologie Appliquée, 2022, 72 (5), pp.100764. ⟨10.1016/j.erap.2022.100764⟩. ⟨hal-03824473⟩

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