TURNOVER INTENTION AMONG MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY EMPLOYEES IN MALAYSIA: AN ANALYSIS USING STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING (SEM)

Gopal Perumal, Suguna Sinniah, Ramesh Kumar Moona Haji Mohamed, Kok Poi Mun, Uma Murthy

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This research paper explores the turnover intention among manufacturing industry employees in Malaysia. Four variables were studied: role overload, role ambiguity, role conflict, and work-family conflict. The survey results collected from 153 employees from manufacturing companies in Malaysia. The analysis been obtained via SEM-PLS. Total four hyphotheses were tested. Positive results obtained for role overloaded towards turnover intention. Negative results obtained for role ambiguity, role conflict, and work-family conflict. Based on the findings all the manufacturing recognize importance of staff retention for superior value for an organization.
Keywords: Manufacturing, Role ambiguity, Role conflict, Turnover Intention, Structural Equation Modeling (SEM)

Keywords: Manufacturing, Role ambiguity, Role conflict, Turnover Intention, Structural Equation Modeling (SEM)


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