Yasir Hayat Mughal - Azmat Ali Shah
Moderating Role of Cognitive Style in Decision Making on the Relationship between Satisfaction Factor and Turnover Intention
The aim of the paper is to identify the moderating effect of analytical cognitive style on the relationship between salary satisfaction and turnover intention among academicians. The survey approach questions were used in order to collect the primary data from informants. Total 502 complete questionnaires were collected back and used in the analysis. SPSS 21 was sued for developing database for analyzing data. The bivariate correlation and hierarchical multiple regression was used in analysis. The results of correlation revealed the significant relationship between salary and turnover intention, salary and analytical cognitive style, analytical and turnover intention. The academicians were found satisfied from the salary packages. The analytical cognitive style was found acting as a moderator between salary satisfaction and turnover intention. Complete moderation has occurred. So this study introduced the new model of job satisfaction with novel results of moderation in the theory of job satisfaction.
Keywords: Salary; Analytical Cognitive Style; Intuition Cognitive Style; Turnover Intention.