Preceding to Employee Satisfaction and Turnover Intention

Muhammad Rizwan, Ahsan Mukhtar

Abstract


As different research and studies have been conducted for the sake of understanding the concept of employee satisfaction but still organizations are incapable to find those factors that affect mostly on Satisfaction level of Employee. The main purpose of this research is to sort out those factors with intensity that mostly effect employee Satisfaction. Particularly, we took workplace environment, employee empowerment and pay & promotion as the main variables to check their impact on employee satisfaction and further the impact of employee satisfaction on employee turnover. A questionnaire was developed for the purpose of collecting data to understand the level of employee satisfaction in different organizations. Convenient sampling was used to collect the data and 150 questionnaires were filled from the employees of different sectors. Statistically, the relationship of employee empowerment and workplace environment with employee satisfaction has significant results, but the relationship between pay and promotion and employee satisfaction was somewhat insignificant. Moreover, there was a significant effect of employee satisfaction on turnover intention of employees. This study will help the organizations to understand completely about the satisfaction level of employees and how they can motivate their employees to perform their job efficiently and effectively.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v4i3.5876

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