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Relationship Between Job Satisfaction And Turnover Intention

Aliya Alam and Muhammad Asim

International Journal of Human Resource Studies, 2019, vol. 9, issue 2, 163-194

Abstract: This study examines the level of job satisfaction and turnover intention among nurses in Karachi. The objectives of this study is to examine the impact and relationship of satisfaction with organizational policies and strategies, satisfaction with supervision, compensation levels, task clarity, and career development on turnover intention. An instrument based on five facets of job satisfaction and turnover intention was developed based on literature reviews to find out the level of job satisfaction and turnover intention. For this purpose data were collected from 400 nurses working in different hospitals of Karachi. The findings shows that satisfaction with organizational policies and strategies, satisfaction with supervision, compensation levels, task clarity, and career development all have significant negative correlation with turnover intention and overall job satisfaction was found to have a significant negative association with turnover intention.

Date: 2019
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