Relative Effects of Leadership and Technology on Bank Employees’ Job Outcomes
This study examines the effects of servant leadership and service technology on frontline bank employees’ turnover intentions, mediated by job satisfaction and organizational commitment. A conceptual framework is developed based on the tenets of the resource-based view of the firm and the self-determination theory to test the hypothesized relationships. Frontline employees of a bank serve as the study setting. The results indicate that servant leadership and service technology affect employees’ turnover intentions through job satisfaction and organizational commitment where servant leadership plays a stronger role. We discuss the implications of our findings and offer future research avenues.
Services Marketing Quarterly
Yavas, U., Jha, S., & Babakus, E. (2015). Relative Effects of Leadership and Technology on Bank Employees’ Job Outcomes. Services Marketing Quarterly, 36 (2), 173-187. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332969.2015.1014241