International Journal of Advances in Management and Economics (IJAME)

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TitleJOB BEHAVIORAL FACTORS AND TURNOVER INTENTION: EVIDENCE FROM SIME DARBY PROPERTY LIMITED
AuthorDr Amran Awang
AbstractSome job behavioral factors are utilized to examine their relationship with turnover intention among 201 employees in Sime Darby Property (Malaysia) Limited. Job satisfaction, job stress, organizational commitment, job enrichment and person-organization fit are the job behavioral factors selected for the study. The variables used in the study justify the reliability scores consistent with indicators in previous studies. Research methodology justifies the quantitative requirements of simple random sampling, social desirability bias and response error. Multiple regression analysis (MRA) was used to verify five hypothesis developed in the study. Prior to establishing the hypothesis testing results some MRA assumptions were considered showed in linearity, normality, collinearity test and Durbin-Watson index. The result significantly support previous studies when job satisfaction is high turnover intention among the employees become lower, and when job stress is high the tendency for employees to leave the organization also high.
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