Job Satisfaction and Employee Turnover Intention: What does Organizational Culture Have To Do With It?

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MedinaElizabeth(2012) in this study explores the relationship between job satisfaction and employee turnover intention in the context of organizational culture. High performing cultures have also been shown to produce excellent results, attract, motivate, and retain talented employees, and adapt readily to change. Job satisfaction is inversely related to turnover intention and low turnover has been shown to increase organizational productivity and performance. this study explores how satisfaction with organizational culture influences job satisfaction, and its subsequent impact on employee turnover intention. . Results show that, each additional unit increase in job satisfaction is associated with a decrease in turnover intention; and, holding job satisfaction constant, employees with high workplace cultural satisfaction have lower turnover intention compared to employees with low workplace cultural satisfaction., people who are employed in the workforce are often less likely to move, due to financial and other constraints (e.g.: vested interest, pension, retirement and health benefits), regardless of job satisfaction, especially during times of economic downturn. Furthermore, research shows that people who have been employed with the same company for an extended period (about 5 years) are less likely to move.

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