alexa The Effect of the Perceptions of Correctional Officers of Job-related Affective Well-being on Tendency to Leave the Job

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The Effect of the Perceptions of Correctional Officers of Job-related Affective Well-being on Tendency to Leave the Job

The present study aimed to examine the relationships between the tendency to leave a job and the subtypes of the Job-related Affective Well-being Scale (JAWS) application, which was designed by Katwyk et al. This study examined the relationship between the perceptions of correctional officers of job well-being and their tendency to leave the job by surveying a sample of 154 correctional officers employed in the city prison system in Bursa, Turkey.

 
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