MODELLING THE RELATIONSHIP OF UNCLEAR CAREER DEVELOPMENT WITH JOB DISSATISFACTION, JOB STRESS AND EMPLOYEES’ TURNOVER INTENTION: STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELLING APPROACH

Javed Ahmed Chandio, Ashique Ali Jhatial, Rafia Mallah

Abstract


Drawing upon primary data  gathered through self-administered questionnaire from banking and IT sectors,  this study presents key factors that cause  turnover  intentions  among talented employees in organisations. Structural  equation  modelling  (SEM) technique employed in the study helped researchers predict that  lack  of clear career  development and generates job dissatisfaction which causes job stress  in  employees  and  they  begin thinking to quit the organisation. This study  reveals  interrelationship  among  the  factors  stated above  and  contributes structural model to predict causes of  employee  turnover at work. Study offers policy implications for decision-making quarters to provide clear path of employee career development in the organisation to enhance job satisfaction which reduces job stress and turnover intention at work.


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