The study on the differences in DemographicFactors on Employee Intention to Turnover in Apparel Companies in Batticaloa District

Anthony Andrew

Abstract


Employees are central to all organizational activities. Human capital is an importantfactor of today's’ competitive dynamic business world. The aim of any organization is to maximize their profit which is directly or indirectly related to the productivity of its employees. Therefore retaining them in the workplace for a long time would provide many financial and non-financial benefits to the respective organizations. The recent studies revealed that, employee turnover as a great issue in the Sri Lankan Apparel industry (Dilanthi and Rasanjana, 2020). Therefore thisstudy intended to examine whether the demographic factors of the respondents make any differences on the employee intention to turnover in the Apparel companies in Batticaloa District.


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