Ethical climate and job attitude in fashion retail employees' turnover intention, and perceived organizational sustainability performance: A cross-sectional study

Stacy Lee, Jung Ha-Brookshire

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Abstract

© 2017 by the authors.The relationship between the fashion retail industry's working environment and the high rate of employee turnover has been highlighted as one of the key concerns for negative organizational performance in both the short and long term. This relationship creates a need to investigate the ethical climate within fashion retail businesses, employees' attitudes toward their jobs, and employees' turnover intention, as these factors can influence organizations' performance including their likelihood of achieving the triple bottom lines of sustainability. Based on social exchange and human and social capital theories, this study investigated how employees' ethical climate and turnover intention are affected by both individual- and organizational-level factors, and their impact on the triple bottom lines of organizational sustainability performance. This study empirically tested a structural model based on the survey responses from 278 U.S. fashion retail employees. The fi
Original languageEnglish
JournalDefault journal
StatePublished - Mar 21 2017

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