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Impact of Employee Engagement on Turnover Intention: Study of Third Space Global (Pvt) Limited

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F. Z. Naufer ,

Charted Institute of Personnel Management, LK
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P. D. A. S. Kumar

University of Kelaniya, LK
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Abstract

This study was carried out with the purpose of examining the importance of employee engagement to retain staff in a service providing industry and examining the relationship between the various factors that affect employee engagement as well as the intention to turnover. This study was carried out based on the non-executive level staff at Third Space global PVT Ltd. The sample size is one hundred non -executive level employees out of the population of two hundred and fifty. In determining the sample size, the table introduced by Sekaran (2006) was used. The questionnaire was developed by the researcher using different standard questionnaires depending on each variable and the questions were designed with Likert scale ranking strongly agree to strongly disagree. Findings revealed that the rate of attrition was quite high within the non-executive staff in the company. Further the research recommends to research on a new set of factors that aid in building employee engagement towards the company. Finally, the researcher presents his recommendations to renew the existing engagement techniques implied by the company, and the organization should focus on the salary based on the years of experience as well as their educational level.
How to Cite: Naufer, F.Z. and Kumar, P.D.A.S., 2020. Impact of Employee Engagement on Turnover Intention: Study of Third Space Global (Pvt) Limited. Kelaniya Journal of Human Resource Management, 15(1), pp.71–88. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/kjhrm.v15i1.73
Published on 25 Jun 2020.
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