A study on Determinants of Turnover Intention In Pakistan

Asma Bashir, Faiza Durrani


Today’s turnover intention is very challenging for any organization. Organizations should proper plan to recover this issue. The aims of this study were to examine the relationship between turnover intention and job satisfaction particularly the relationship of important factors i.e. job stress job commitment and organizational commitment on job satisfaction and on the other hand their relationship between turnover intention. A sample of 150 employees in the number of organization was used. In this study survey questioner was used .the reliability and regression analysis was used to test hypothesis with the help of spss. The result shows that job commitment is an important variable toward job satisfaction and On the other hand job stress is an important variable which affect turnover intention. Limitations and future research suggestions are discussed.        

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v4i3.6681

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