The impact of organizational commitment, job satisfaction, job stress and leadership support on turnover intention in educational institutes

Saba Iqbal, Sadia Ehsan, Muhammad Rizwan, Mehwish Noreen

Abstract


For the attainment of individual’s cognitive and social benefits the employee turnover is becoming popular trend in all organization. This research paper reports on examination of variables that may be predictive to leave a job. More precisely this current paper shows the direct and indirect impact of job stress, job satisfaction on turnover. Organizational commitment is the antecedent of turnover intention. It highlights the impact of leadership support on job satisfaction. In order to collect the data for understanding the situation about the employee turnover intention, a sample of 200 respondents was ask to participate in a self-administered questionnaire.50 questionnaires are not giving right answers so only 150 samples are selected for research. The current research paper uses a non-probability technique of sampling. We choose this sample of people from different institutions of Bahawalpur. Four major clusters was target to collect the sample data like the Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Allama Iqbal college of Bahawalpur, Army public school and college system and Sadiq Public School. Finding shows that employee turnover intention has a significant relationship with all the variables i.e. organizational commitment, job satisfaction, job stress and leadership support.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v4i2.5906

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