International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance vol:14 issue:3 pages:309-327
The current study focuses on employees’ learning intentions, i.e. the willingness to undertake, formal work-related learning. This cross-sectional survey study included a sample of 1243 employees that are nested within 21 organisations. The results of the multilevel analysis show that self-directedness in career processes, time management, employability, organisational support and growth possibilities, prior participation, and initial level of education are significant positive predictors of an employee’s learning intention when overall differences in learning intention between organisations are taken into account.