Determinants of turnover intention in academic institutions: Study conducted on wolaitasodo University, Ethiopia
This study was conducted to identify determinants of turn over intention of academic staffs of woliat Sodo University. The study used Causal research design in which the researchers tried to identify factors determining turnover intention and their impact on employee’s turnover intent at WoliataSodo University. Both primary and secondary data sources were used. Primary data sources of data were academic Staffs of WoliataSodo University. The secondary sources of this research were books, research articles, reports from central statistics agency and different documents. The researcher used quantitative data which was collected through questionnaire by distributing to the participants. The target populations for this study were Academic staffs of WoliataSodo University. But this study focused on collage of Business and Economics and Institute of Engineering and Technology. 161 academic staffs from college of business and economics and institute of technology and engineering were used as samples. Both descriptive and inferential analyses were employed to analyze the collected data with SPSS version 20. The study found that organizational commitment, job satisfaction, salary and benefits and organizational climate significantly and negatively affect employees turn over intention. But job stress positively and significantly affect turn over intention.
Alubelkassaw. Determinants of turnover intention in academic institutions: Study conducted on wolaitasodo University, Ethiopia. International Journal of Academic Research and Development, Volume 3, Issue 5, 2018, Pages 07-14