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멘토링 기능이 여성관리자의 직장 – 가정생활 부정적 상호전이과정과 이직의도에 미치는 영향(The moderating effects of mentoring functions on negative work-family spillover and turnover intentions)

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Title 멘토링 기능이 여성관리자의 직장 – 가정생활 부정적 상호전이과정과 이직의도에 미치는 영향(The moderating effects of mentoring functions on negative work-family spillover and turnover intentions)
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Author(Korean)

김현동

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[서울] : 한국여성정책연구원

Date 2015
Series Title; No 여성연구 / vol. 88(no. 1)
Pages 28
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Social Development < Population
Social Development < Employment
Social Development < Others
Holding 한국여성정책연구원; KDI 국제정책대학원
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Women managers confront barriers across their career paths that can trigger them to undertake turnover-decision processes. The current study compares different mentoring functions and identifies methodsin which companies motivate women managers to stay committed to current organizations. 594 women and 292 men managers in Korean companies were sampled and the study revealed that negative work-family spillover was strongly related to turnover intention of women managers; while negative family-work spillover was not significantly related. Career-related mentoring function helped women managers cope with negative work-family spillover which reduced turnover intentions. Psychosocial support also reduced turnover intentions when they confronted negative family-work spillover. Only negative work-family spillover provided significant effects on turnover intentions of male managers; thereby, suggesting gender difference exists regarding how mentoring functions address negative work-family spillovers. By exploring negative work-family spillovers with mentoring function, this study provides implications about how organizations can successfully use mentoring programs to retain qualified women managers.