Turnover Intention: Impacts of Abusive Supervision and Thriving at Work

  •  Li Li    
  •  Jingya Zhang    


This study explores the impact of abusive supervision and workplace thriving on employee turnover intention. Employing a quantitative approach, the study results show that abusive supervision positively relates to employee turnover intention. Abusive supervision negatively influences thriving at work. Thriving at work negatively relates to employee turnover intention. In addition, employee thriving at work can partially mediate the association between abusive supervision and employee turnover intention. Study findings yield implications for practicing managers.

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