ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to explore factors influencing turnover intention of full- and part-time married female employees residing with children of 18 or under. Using data from the first wave of Korean Longitudinal Survey of Women and Families collected in 2007, we found that 37.7% of part-time and 18.7% of full-time employees had turnover intention. Results from separate logistic regression analyses by employment type with hierarchical entry of work, personal and familial, and work-family perception factors showed that the work-family perception factor was most useful in explaining turnover intention of both full-and part-time employees. Unlike full-time employees, the personal and familial factor was an important predictor for part-time employees’ turnover intention. In addition, the work factor was more meaningful for part-time than full-time employees. The findings suggest that in order to prevent employment disruption among employed mothers, strategies need to have a common focus on the work-family perception factor for both types of employment with differentiated emphases on work, and personal and familiar factors for full- and part-time employees.

KEYWORD

turnover intention, employed mothers, full-time and part-time employees,work-family perception

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