Employee Turnover in Egypt

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The Impact of Labor Turnover on The Performance of Egyptian Organizations in Private Sector and Factors Affecting Labor Turnover Hossam El Farghaly & Omar Fouad Abstract The main purpose of this study is to analyze the factors affecting "Labor Turnover" phenomena and the impact of Labor Turnover on the performance of Egyptian organizations in private sector. The research study is based on quantitative research methodology; the questionnaires were distributed in many organizations with many fields such as production, telecommunications, retail and banks. The measures for analysis are the factors affecting this phenomenon (company image, the pay satisfaction, nature of work, nature of peer group, peer self-comparison, internal…show more content…
Muhammad Naeem Tariq. (2013) Problem identification The reason that why, this research topic was selected because in our country many of workers are not satisfied with their current job and there was observed high rate for Labor Turnover especially in private sector where this study takes place. Research objectives • Identifying the relation between labor turnover and organization performance in the Egyptian private sector. • Finding solutions for labor turnover problem. Literature review Muhammad Naeem Tariq. (2013), suggested that job satisfaction and affective commitment as the basic variables with turnover intentions. He further argues that no support was found in the results for continuance dedication as a variable with turnover intentions. The results also concluded that significant positive correlations were found for the distal variables workload, work stress, employee salary, job satisfaction, and work to family conflict. Also suggested that the first, quitting is a salient, major life event, and people remember the details surrounding such events relatively easily. Second, quitting tends to be associated with affective arousal, be it negative or positive; such events are more easily remembered than those with little accompanying affective arousal.
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