Supervisory support plays a role in enhancing job satisfaction and reducing turnover. Nonprofit agencies have been challenged to makes changes and create work environments that will enhance job satisfaction to combat high turnover rates which historically have exceed the public and private sector. The aim of this paper analyze literature on supervisory support regards to job satisfaction and provide and make recommendations to nonprofit leaders regards to leadership training for middle managers/direct supervisors that will enhance job satisfaction and reduce unwanted turnover.
- Alternative title
Supervisory Support, Job Satisfaction, and Leadership development in Non-Profit Organizations
- Journal title
International Social Science Review
- Date submitted
19 July 2022
- Additional information
Dr. Matthew Anderson is a human service professional who has researched the implications of leadership perceptions on job satisfaction and retention in New York City child welfare agencies.