Job insecurity, turnover intentions and counterproductive workplace behavior among employees of Zijja Fruits and Vegetables Packers
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The main purpose of the study was to examine the relationship between employee engagement, job satisfaction and turnover intentions. The objective of the study was; to assess the relationship between employee engagement and job satisfaction, to assess the relationship between employee engagement and turnover engagement and to assess the relationship between turnover intentions and job satisfaction. The study adopted a correlational survey as its research design where quantitative method was used to gather information for proper analysis and making appropriate inferences, generalizations and conclusions to the population where a sample size of 100 both male and female was used. The research study employed a simple random sampling technique to select the respondents. A self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data from the respondents and the analysis was done using SPSS version 21. In conclusion the study found job insecurity and turnover intentions play a pivotal role in determining employee's counterproductive workplace behavior. The researcher recommends that organizations should implement policies that help reduce employee's job insecurity. These would include policies such as long-term employment contracts, offering of in-house counseling services to help employees overcome any stress rising as a result of job security.