The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 3
Page No. 330 - 335

Organizational Human Resource Practices and Employees’ Intention to Leave: The Perspective of Malaysia

Authors : Nor Faizzah Ramli, Abdullah Osman, Arman Hadi Abdul Manaf, Muhammad Safizal Abdullah and Hazalina MatSoha

Abstract: This study analyze the relationship between variables namely; compensation and benefits, training and development and supervision and evaluation toward the employees’ turnover intention in Public Institution of Higher Learning. A random sampling was conducted among employees in three different Public Institutions of Higher Learning in Northern Malaysia. Total of 300 survey questionnaires were distributed to the respondents and only 297 respondents were returned and justified as usable for analysis. The data were put to test using correlational and regression analyses in evaluating the relationships between the selected variables. The results have indicated that compensation and benefit has significantly contributed the most on the intention to leave among employees. Meanwhile, training and development had shown combination between positive and negative correlations. The elements of supervision and evaluation have shown insignificant results. In conclusion, the compensation and benefit have proven of strong influence in the intention to leave among employees in Public Institution of Higher Learning. Some recommendations have been highlighted in this study for organizations in order to improve and re-strategize the human resource practices in minimizing the turnover rate among employees for the betterment in organizational performance in the future.

How to cite this article:

Nor Faizzah Ramli, Abdullah Osman, Arman Hadi Abdul Manaf, Muhammad Safizal Abdullah and Hazalina MatSoha, 2016. Organizational Human Resource Practices and Employees’ Intention to Leave: The Perspective of Malaysia. The Social Sciences, 11: 330-335.

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