The influence of psychological capital and job autonomy on turnover intention among non-academic staff at a selected business school within the Western Cape
De Wee, Maynette Tania
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Turnover intention among non-academic staff at business schools has become a cause for concern. This can be attributed to inadequate professional development of non-academic staff, as well as the lack of comprehension of the true scope of the role of non-academic staff within the academic institutions. The purpose of the current study was to answer the research-initiating question: “what is the influence of psychological capital and job autonomy on the turnover intention of support staff at a Business School in the Western Cape?