Impact of Organizational Commitment on Employee Turnover: A Case Study of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)

Mashal Ahmed, Nosheen Nawaz


Current research aims to understand the impact of organizational commitment on employee turnover among the employees of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).By reviewing the previous literature researcher has identified the antecedents of organizational commitment that are likely to influence the turnover intention of employees in organizations. To collect the first hand data from the employees of PIA a questionnaire was used. Data was analyzed using multiple regression. Findings of the study revealed that motivation to learn, job satisfaction, perceived organizational support, availability of training programs, job autonomy and organizational learning culture have significant positive relationship with organizational commitment. While job involvement does not significantly contributes towards organizational commitment. According to the results organizational commitment is significantly negatively related to the turnover intention of employees. The findings of this study may help the policy makers and practitioners to understand as how they can reduce turnover intention of employees by increasing organizational commitment.

Keywords: Organizational commitment, Turnover intention, Availability of training, Percieved organizational support, Job autonomy, Job Involvement

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