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L’influence des perceptions des pratiques de GRH et de facteurs de contexte organisationnel sur l’intention de départ volontaire : cas des médecins du secteur public au Burundi.

Abstract : The article focuses on the influence of three HRM practices and two key organisational elements on voluntary leaving intention. The study is based on a survey with medical doctors (N=225) and the analyses were processed using SPSS-AMOS software. The findings reveal that physician’s voluntary leaving intention is associated with HRM practices perceptions; their satisfaction with equipment as well as their satisfaction with socio-economic living conditions. In addition, they indicate that the influence career management practices, compensation practices and satisfaction with work equipment have on voluntary leaving intention, is mediated by perceived organizational support. Finally, they show that even if physicians’ satisfaction with socio-economic living conditions is negatively associated with their voluntary leaving intention, this variable does not contribute significantly to predict this relationship.
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Serge Ndayirata, Sophia Belghiti Mahut, Alain Briole. L’influence des perceptions des pratiques de GRH et de facteurs de contexte organisationnel sur l’intention de départ volontaire : cas des médecins du secteur public au Burundi.. Journal de Gestion et d’Économie Médicales, Editions ESKA, 2018, Vol.36 (1), https://www.cairn.info/revue-journal-de-gestion-et-d-economie-medicales-2018-1-page-61.htm. ⟨hal-02939757⟩

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