The link between servant leadership, career adaptability, job embeddedness, and lateness attitude

Authors

  • Homayoun Pasha Safavi Cyprus International University
  • Mona Bouzari European University of Lefke

Keywords:

Servant leadership, Career adaptability, Job embeddedness, Lateness attitude, Hotel employees

Abstract

Referring to career construction theory and job embeddedness theory, the purpose of this investigation is to understand the link between servant leadership, career adaptability, job embeddedness and lateness attitude. In this relation, career adaptability mediates the relationship between servant leadership and job embeddedness and job embeddedness is a mediator between career adaptability and lateness attitude. Data was gathered from 193 employees in four and five- star hotels in North Cyprus. Finding proved that servant leaders can promote the concept of adaptability among the employees. Adaptable employees will be embedded in their organization and theses embedded employees would show lower lateness attitude. Implications, limitations, and future research directions are also discussed.

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Published

2021-03-15

How to Cite

Safavi, H. P., & Bouzari, M. (2021). The link between servant leadership, career adaptability, job embeddedness, and lateness attitude. European Journal of Tourism Research, 28, 2807. Retrieved from https://ejtr.vumk.eu/index.php/about/article/view/1970