To date, the link between perceptions of employability and career satisfaction has been demonstrated theoretically more than empirically. To address this concern, this study examines employee perceptions of internal employability and how these perceptions relate to career satisfaction. In addition, this study investigates the mediating role of embeddedness on the relationship between employability and career satisfaction. The results of the study indicate that internal employability is positively related to career satisfaction. In addition, the results indicate that embeddedness fully mediates the relationship between perceived internal employability and career satisfaction.
Çakmak-Otluoğlu, K.Övgu and Burton, James P., "The mediating effect of embeddedness on the relationship between internal employability and career satisfaction" (2018). Faculty Peer-Reviewed Publications. 456.
Department of Management