育児中の女性正社員の就業継続意思に及ぼすメンタリングの効果 : ワーク・ファミリー・コンフリクトと職業的アイデンティティに着目して [in Japanese] The effect of mentoring on the working intentions of regular female employees rearing children : Considering work-family conflict and vocational identity as mediators [in Japanese]
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This study examined the effects of three types of mentoring, such as career mentoring, childcare mentoring, and double-roles mentoring, on the working intentions of regular female employees rearing children. In addition, it also examined the effects of work-family conflict and vocational identity as mediators. Survey data from 247 regular female employees whose youngest child was less than 16 years old were used. The results showed the following: (a) double-roles mentoring directly promoted working intention, and (b) career mentoring promoted vocational identity formation directly, and the degree of vocational identity formation positively influenced working intention.
- Japanese Journal of Social Psychology
Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 26(1), 1-12, 2010
The Japanese Society of Social Psychology