The Impact of Job Satisfaction, Perceived Availability of Job Alternative on Turnover Intention

Faria Rabbi, Fateme Kimiya, Muhammad Farrukh

Abstract


Turnover is a phenomenon, which every organization deals with. When less productive employees voluntarily quit their job, it can be functional for an organization. Conversely, when highly desirable employees decide to leave, it can have a significant negative impact on the organization. Recruitment costs, training costs, low productivity, loss of critical knowledge and operational disruptions can decrease organizational effectiveness.

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