HRM PRACTICES AS DETERMINATES OF THE EMPLOYEE INTENTION TO STAY: THE MODERATING EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP: A CASE OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTES IN UAE

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Anas Abudaqa
Hasan AlMujaini
Mohd Faiz bin Hilmi

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HRM Practices, Intention to Stay, Transformational Leadership, UAE

Abstract

to stay among the lecturers working in the higher education institutes of UAE. In addition to that the study has examined the moderating role of transformational leadership in the relationship between HRM practices and intention to stay has examined. This study is important to the management and HR department in the education industry because through this study, higher learning education institutions are informed of the results of HRM practices and transformational leadership style which might have an influence on the lecturers’ intention to stay. The study is among the pioneering studies on the issues related to the HRM practices on the intention to stay.


Methodology: So, current study has used SEM-PLS as statistical tool to answer the research questions raised in this study and research objectives envisaged in the current study.


Results: The findings of the current study have provided support to with the hypothesized results. The study has argued that the to deal with the current external opportunities and menaces, new knowledge and skills for improving their existing and future performances must be provided for the organizations This study will be helpful for policymakers and researchers in examining the link between HRM practices on the intention to stay the higher education institutes of UAE.

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