Impact of Job Involvement, Commitment, Job Satisfaction on Turnover: An Empirical Investigation on Banking Sector

Muhammad Ahsan Razzaq, Naeemullah .


This paper examines the relationship between human attitudinal and behavioral  factors of employees involvement and satisfaction in relation with a job  and there  commitment  associated with the organization, along with there effect on labor turnover in banking sector of Pakistan by understanding of which an organization can create a idyllic and conducive working environment. Relationship between the variables under study is explored using structural equation modeling as a statistical tool. Positive association were revealed among  involvement related to job, commitment to an organization with  satisfaction related to a job during the study on the other hand  insignificant connection among commitment in relation with the organization,  satisfaction in relation with the job itself and intentions toward turnover were partially maintained by the findings. Model used in the present investigation is tested empirically and fit indices confirm it.

Keywords: Organizational commitment, Job Involvement, Job satisfaction, Labor turnover intention, Structural Equation Modeling.

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