Employee Turnover Intention in services sector of Pakistan

Ehsan Ullah Bajwa, Muhammad Yousaf, Muhammad Rizwan

Abstract


The idea of Employee Turnover Intention (ETI) is becoming hot topic for multinational, domestic and local organizations, even in the government organization’s and private companies. So few of the scholars have discussed many factors which influence the ETI variable, so therefore some of the factors are discussed those are Workplace Environment, Job Satisfaction and Job Performance which give positive affect on ETI. As the studies which are already done on the services sector of Pakistan are not much on the factors like Workplace Environment (WPE) and Job Performance (JP). So the main purpose of that study is to check the influence of WPI, JP and JS on the ETI in the services sector of Pakistan. The total sample size of the respondents of different employees from high level of income to low level of income the data was collected from them were 200, so then the data was processed by using multiple regression analysis software. So we found that job satisfaction(JS), job performance(JP), workplace environment(WPE) give an impact on employee turnover intention(ETI) in the services sector of Pakistan.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v4i2.5905

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