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Turnover intention among Vietnamese millennials in the workplace.

Yang, Y. and Takeda, S., 2023. Turnover intention among Vietnamese millennials in the workplace. Evidence-based HRM. (In Press)

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DOI: 10.1108/EBHRM-12-2022-0302


Drawing upon the framework of social exchange theory, this study investigated the influence of work-life balance, procedural justice, and distributive justice on job satisfaction and turnover intention among Vietnamese millennials. Employing a quantitative research method, we collected sample of 258 millennial participants in Vietnam. Utilizing the method of multiple regression analysis, the collected data was rigorously examined. The results showed that job satisfaction is negatively related to turnover intention of the millennial generation in Vietnam. Distributive justice is a stronger predictor of job satisfaction than procedural justice. Of particular note, the study revealed an intriguing result: work-life balance does not have significant influence on job satisfaction among millennials. Leveraging insights from national cultural theories, our findings provide some insightful explanation of what drives millennials in Vietnam to considering leaving their organizations. The finding enriches the literature about millennials’ turnover intention in a developing country.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Millennials; Vietnam; work-life balance; procedural justice; distributive justice; job satisfaction; turnover intention
Group:Bournemouth University Business School
ID Code:39073
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:06 Nov 2023 16:47
Last Modified:23 Nov 2023 11:55


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