An Empirical Analysis of employee turnover intention among Employees of Fast Food Industry emu casino customer support why is draftkings stock down boyd gaming corporation seahawks injury report today betonline freeroll

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SALU-Commerce & Economics Review

Authors:
Muhammad Ashraf Memon
PhD Scholar, Department of Commerce, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur
Ikhtiar Ali Ghumro
Professor, Department of Commerce, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur
Zulfiqar Ali Rajper
Assistant Professor, Shah Abdul Latif University, Shikarpur Campus

Abstract:
This study was intended to investigate the determinants of turnover intention among employees working in fast food industry in Karachi. In order to confirm the purpose the 400 respondents were requested to fill the predesigned questionnaire. Structural equation modeling using AMOS 20 was used to analyze the collected data. Basic assumptions of SEM were ensured. It was found that working environment, employee empowerment and organizational culture plays significant role in predicting the turnover intention among employees. The management of fast food industry is required to develop congenial working environment, delegate some authority to employees to execute their every day responsibility.


Editor-In-Chief

Prof. Dr. Ikhtiar Ali Ghumro

     ikhtiar.ghumro@salu.edu.pk

SALU-Commerce and Economics Review
ISSN: 2415-5284,2522-3291
Country:      Pakistan
Copus: No       Wos: No
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Business Management and Accounting      
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Publisher: Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur

Subject Area and Sub Catagory

Business, Management and Accounting

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Journal Info

P-ISSN: 2415-5284

E-ISSN: 2522-3291

Year Started: 2015

Frequency: Annual

Language: English

Publisher: Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur

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