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|Protean Career Orientation and Career Success: Does Career Planning Mediate the Relationship? Study of the Employees in HEIs in Jaffna District, Sri Lanka
|Protean Career Orientation;Career Planning;Career Success;Higher Education Institutions
|Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management
|Employees’ career orientation is considered as one of the major determinants of career satisfaction. The present study has twin aims to examine the relationship between protean career orientation and career success as well as measuring the mediation of career planning on the relationship between protean career orientation and career success. 154 Employees from higher education institutions in the Jaffna district were selected to get the responses. A self-administrated five-point Likert scale questionnaire was used to collect the required data. Two hypotheses were formulated and subsequently tested using the Partial Least Squares method. The study found that there is a significant relationship between protean career orientation and career success. Career planning partially mediates the relationship between protean career orientation and career success. The study will support top-level management in the sample organizations to understand the importance of protean career orientation in determining the career success of their employees.
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