The impact of Pay satisfaction, Job stress, and Abusive supervision on Turnover Intention among Banking Employees

Shoaib Raza, Muhammad Azeem, Asad Afzal Humayon, Noor ul-Ain Ansari

Abstract


Pakistan banks cannot survive well without trained and experienced employees. Many researchers have reported the high turnover in banking sector. Therefore it was highly important to address this problem. The purpose of this study was to test the factors (pay satisfaction, job stress, and abusive supervision) influencing turnover intention among bank employees. This study collected the data from a sample of 100 bank employees both public and private banks in Vehari. The results showed that there was a significant negative effect of pay satisfaction on turnover intention and there was significant positive effect both job stress and abusive supervision on turnover intention. This study will be helpful to decision authority in banks to identify factors contributing towards turnover intention.

 


Keywords


Pay satisfaction, Job stress, Abusive supervision, Turnover Intention, Pakistan

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