An Investigation of the Relationship among Perceived Organizational Support, Perceived Supervisor Support, Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention

Sintayehu Ambachew Worku


The study aimed at investigating the relationship among employees perceived organizational support, perceived supervisors support, job satisfaction and turnover intention. The study involved 37 participants from two schools who were drawn by simple random sampling. The study result revealed that there was positive significant relationship between POS and PSS (0.554), on the other hand other relationships were not significant and strong. The means of POS, PSS and JS were below the expected where as the mean of TOI was above the expected. The qualitative responses strengthen that the supports given were almost minimal and participants have the intent to leave the institution if there are opportunities. The study suggested that there need to see employees-supervisors relationship as well as the support given.

Key words: Perceived Organizational Support, Perceived Supervisor Support, Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intention.

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