Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review

ISSN: 2223-5833

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Impact of Intrinsic Factors of Motivation on Employee’s Intention to Leave: A Case Study of Health Department District Okara Punjab, Pakistan


Muhammad Imran

Employees are very vital and valuable asset of an institution. An institution’s success might not be realized without its worker’s support and involvement. This study examined Intrinsic Factors of motivation which are influencing intention to leave among health department’s employees in District Okara (Punjab) Pakistan. The researcher through literature review identified the three factors i.e., training and development opportunities, recognition and peer relations, which can greatly influence intention to leave (ITL). This study has selected a sample size of 214 by targeting the employees of health department, including doctors, nurses and nutrition supervisors. After conducting the survey, 201 accurately filled questionnaires have been received back. The end results of this study indicate that training and development opportunities have very strong inverse relationship with employee’s intention to quit. The rest have negative relationship with intention to leave too. There is a significant inverse relationship of all identified factors with intention to leave. This also offered the suitable recommendations and directions for future study.


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