Effort - reward imbalance, job satisfaction and turnover intentions among employees of Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI)
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Employees face serious problems of turnover intentions amongst themselves. The study aimed at examining the relationship between effort-reward imbalance, job satisfaction and turnover intentions among employees. It adopted a cross-sectional survey design. A sample of 70 employees both male and female aged between 25-34, 35-44, and 45-54 years selected by use of convenience sampling technique. Self-administered questionnaires were used to collect data and it was analyzed using statistical package for social scientist (SPSS). Pearson’s product moment correlation was used to test the significance of hypothesis. Results revealed that there is a significant relationship. Results revealed that there is a significant satisfaction among employees as well as job satisfaction and turnover intentions are significantly related. Lastly effort reward imbalance and turnover intentions results were significantly related.