DOES CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INFLUENCE JOB STRESS AND TURNOVER OF EMPLOYEE IN PRIVATE COLLEGES OF PESHAWAR, KP-PAKISTAN?

Maaz ud Din, Faisal Khan, Amjad Ali, Usman Khan

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The main aim of this research is to fill the gap by accomplish a realistic study in Private colleges of Peshawar-Pakistan, by knowing the impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on job stress and turnover of employee. Adopted questionnaires were used and Data was collected from existing literature through extensive study. Data analysis was perform using SPSS. Corporate Social Responsibility, job stress and turnover have negative correlation. This study will give a base for planning out strategy for establishing corporate social Responsibility in Private Colleges of Peshawar for maintainable developments besides decreasing job stress level and employee turnover rate. There is less research done on corporate social Responsibility, job stress and turnover relation in educational sector particularly in private colleges of Peshawar, Pakistan.


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Turnover, Corporate Social Responsibility, Job stress, Private Colleges

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