Kashif Kamran Khan, Amber Shahzadi
Managing Director , National College of Business Administration & Economics
Non-government organization (NGO) sector in Pakistan is characterized by diversity and vibrancy. They provide employment opportunities in addition to the private sectors and government institutions.These days the cost of staff turnover becomes one of the major concerns of organizations both in for profit & Non for profit terms. Currently most of the NGOs in Pakistan are affected by high staffs turnover, due to this high staffs turnover most of the NGOs has been losing its experienced employees. The present research sought to investigate factors influencing employees’ turnover in the NGOs of Pakistan. This study is cross-sectional and quantitative. Data were collected by close-ended questionnaire based on a seven-point Likert-type scale comprising a total population of 200 people in most of the big cities in Pakistan. The study depicted a significant association between employee’s turnover and the pay package and employee motivation rewards provided by the organization. The study concludes that in order to ensure less people leave NGOs in Pakistan it is important that the organization must focus in increasing their pay packages and must offer certain motivational awards.
Keywords: Employees turnover, NGO, Co-relational analysis
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Economics, Business and Management Studies (EBMS)

Published on : 2022-02-15

Vol : 9
Issue : 2
Month : February
Year : 2022
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