|Title||Cultural perceptions of ethical leadership and its effect on intention to leave in the independent hotel industry|
|Authors||Nazarian, A., Zaeri, E., Foroudi, P., Afrouzi, Amirreza and Atkinson, P.|
Studies have shown that due to the high direct and indirect costs of staff-turnover there is a need for managers to use approaches which engender a feeling that the organisation is fair to its employees and consequently reduce intention-to-leave. However, to understand how to apply research findings and theories from different parts of the world, we need to understand how employees’ perceptions of such factors as ethical leadership and organisational justice are affected by national culture. Therefore, we compared the impact of ethical leadership on intention-to-leave through justice, loyalty and satisfaction among employees of independent-hotels from two GLOBE cultural clusters.
|Journal||International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management|
|Accepted author manuscript|
File Access Level
Open (open metadata and files)
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCHM-05-2021-0643|