Vol. 3, Issue 4 (2016)
Turnover intention and glass ceiling perceptions among female workers in IT industry in Malaysia
Author(s): Nurul Nadia Abd Aziz, Noor Affeeda Ramli, Noor Khairunnisa Mat Yunus, Normilia Abd Wahid, Maisarah Ishak
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to investigate the effects of glass ceiling perception on the turnover intention among female workers in IT industry. This paper proposes a conceptual model to examine the relationship between glass ceiling perception and turnover intention. Besides, this paper also proposes the mediating variables, which job satisfaction and commitment that are expected to mediate the relationship between glass ceiling perception and turnover intention. The findings of this study may provide new conceptualisation related to the turnover intention among female workers that may allow for more empirical research to be conducted in the future studying the effects on other human resource management aspects.