The relationship of Turnover intention with job satisfaction, job performance, Leader member exchange, Emotional intelligence and organizational commitment

Iqra Saeed, Momina Waseem, Sidra Sikander, Muhammad Rizwan


Turnover is a painful issue in the organizations, in the world of tough competition the organizations try to minimize their turnover ratio and save their cost, turnover cost consists of hiring, recruiting and selecting the employees. The purpose of current study to is to know the effect of some of the factors which affect the turnover intention of employees. We find the impact of organizational commitment, emotional intelligence, leader membership exchange, job performance and job satisfaction on turnover intention. We conducted a survey and took a sample of 200 employees. We used questionnaire method to collect information from the respondents. By using linear regression analysis method we found that Job satisfaction, job performance and leader membership exchange has a direct negative influence on the turnover intention. The results provide understanding that how these variables affect the turnover intention and how to reduce turnover rate.

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