JOB SATISFACTION AND TURNOVER INTENTIONS AMONG COLLEGE FACULTY IN GILGIT-BALTISTAN, PAKISTAN

Sadiq Hussain, Ali Ghulam


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v19i3.1643

Abstract


The aim of this research is to identify job satisfaction as a
predictor of turnover intention among public and private sector
college faculty in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. A total of 100
participants (59 males & 41 females)belonging to public (n = 34)
and private (n = 66) institutions participated in this study. It was
hypothesized that college faculties’ reported job satisfaction and
demographic variables would predict their turnover intentions in
Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.Job satisfaction Scale (Spector, 1985) and
Turnover Intention Scale (Olusegun, 2013) were used to collect data.
Results showed that job satisfaction was significantly associated with
faculty turnover intentions. Single participants have significantly
higher level of turnover intention as compared to married
participants. Participants from the private sector reported higher
level of turnover intention as compared to participants from the public
sector. Hierarchical regression analysis indicated that job
satisfaction, marital status, and job


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