The Relationship Between Job Scope, Job Routinization, Compensation, and Commitment with Employee Turnover Intension: In the Case of Selected Public Service Bureau of Dire Dawa Administration

Mestawet Abebe Alemu


The aim of this study was to examine the relationship of scope of the job, job routinization, compensation, and commitment with employee turnover intention in public service bureau of Dire Dawa Administration namely, Trade, Industry and Investment Bureau, Land Development Bureau, and Administration City Manager Office. Descriptive research design and quantitative research method were utilized to identify the relationship b/n the independent and dependant variable (employee’s turnover intention). To conduct this study all permanent employees ware included as target of the study from purposively selected public service organizations.The collected data were processed and analyzed through descriptive analysis, and to determine the relationship between variables correlation analysis methods were employed. The study finding indicated that turnover intention is negatively correlated with scope of job, compensation and commitment but positively correlated with job routinization. This indicate the organization should give emphasis for compensation   as well as the  nature of the job so as to make jobs more challenging, variety and well defined and  interesting in order to tackle the problem of turnover intention.

Keywords: Employee Turnover Intension, Scope Of The Job, Compensation, Commitment And Job Routinization.

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