The aim of this research is to examine the influence of emotional and spiritual intelligence on the intention to stay by Gen Y employees in the ICT sector in Malaysia. The mediating effect of perceived organizational support (POS) among the independent variables and dependent variable wil be tested. Primarly, this research would fulfill three requirements. Firstly, how the perception of emtional intelligence would influence Gen Y to remain with an organization. Secondly, the extent to which spiritual intelligence will influence on Gen Y intention to stay. Thirdly, whether POS mediates the relationship among the constructs. The purpose of this study is to emphasize the significant role of emotional and spiritual intelligence towards Gen Y employees intention to stay. Past studies have shown the critical role of emotional intelligence and spiritual intelligence. In addition, Gen Y employees need to feel valued by organizations.
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