Predictors of attitudes and turnover intentions in people with disabilities: The importance of means-efficacy
Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
This study surveyed 107 working college students with varying disabilities. Individual, job, and organizational characteristics were evaluated for their ability to predict job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and turnover cognitions. One area this characteristic that was explored was that of an individual's perception of organizational resources related to legally mandated reasonable accommodations. Using hierarchal regression this study found that self-efficacy, job characteristics, and means-efficacy were key predictors of job satisfaction. Means-efficacy was the only one of these that was a predictor of turnover intentions.
Schmierer, Naomi Charity, "Predictors of attitudes and turnover intentions in people with disabilities: The importance of means-efficacy" (2005). Theses Digitization Project. 2864.