Employee Turnover in Non-Profit Organizations in Jimma Prefecture, Ethiopia

Sherif Abagelan


This study aimed to investigate the factors that affects staff turnover in nonprofit organizations operate in Jimma area. Descriptive design was used. Data were collected via questionnaires with response rate of 93.5%. Finding of the study revealed that Push factor (ineffective management: low salary and benefit: lack of career growth opportunity and job related problem) have pertinent significant impact on employee turnover. Furthermore, the study indicated there is positive correlation between employee turnover and personal, push and pull factors. The study recommends nonprofit sectors should invest more to leadership development program and prepare standard human resource policy and update: offer competitive salary and prepare career growth development opportunity to retain staff in the organization.

Keywords: Pull and push factors, Jimma, Non-governmental, turnover, Ethiopia

DOI: 10.7176/JAAS/65-01

Publication date:June 30th 2020

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