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EDITORIAL BOARD

Journal of Engineering & Technological Advances
Chief Editor:
Dr. Chia Chee Ming
Deputy Chief Editor:
Dr. Leelavathi Rajamanickam
Editors:
Prof. Omar Munir
Dr. Yap Pow Seng
Pn. Salmaliza Salleh
Mr. Chen Woon Choong
Ms. Kate Lam Woon Yee
 
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Sciences Research
Chief Editor:
Dr Neeraj Malhotra
Deputy Chief Editor:
Prof. Dr. Jamaludin Zainol
Editors:
Datuk Dr Khairiyah Abd Muttalib
Prof. Dr Nyan HL
Assoc. Prof. Tey Kim Kuan
Assoc. Prof. Ong Bee Leng
 
Asia Pacific Journal of Business, Humanities & Education
Chief Editor:
Dr. Mahiswaran Selvanathan
Deputy Chief Editor:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Stanley Yap
Editors:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Firdaus Low Abdullah
Dr. Mahadevan Supramaniam
Dr. Chong Wei Ying
Dr. Ramachandran Ponnan
 
 
AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF HOTEL MANAGERS' TURNOVER INTENTIONS: THE IMPACT OF ORGANISATIONAL JUSTICE
Author : Siti Zuraini Ramley Alan, Salleh Md. Radzi, Mohamad Abdullah Hemdi and Zulhan Othman
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Abstract
A high turnover of managers within the hotel industry has become one of the major concerns to researchers and practitioners. In line with this view, this paper investigates the relationship between organisational justice (OJ) and turnover intentions (TI) among hotel managers. The sample comprised 254 lower and middle-level managers from 26 medium-sized hotels (3 & 4-star) in the Klang Valley. OJ was measured based on the three-dimensional measures of distributive justice (DJ), procedural justice (PJ), and interactional justice (IJ). TI was measured using a five-item scale. It was hypothesized that DJ, PJ, and IJ perceptions were negatively related to TI. Results from the regression analyses revealed that only DJ and PJ have made a significant negative effect on managers' TI. IJ however did not support the proposed relationship. Research findings, limitations, and suggestions for future research are discussed.
 
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Universiti Teknologi Mara