Determinants of Employees’ Turnover Intention of Bureau of Finance and Economic Development of Benishangul Gumuz Regional State, Ethiopia

Desta Takele Babushe


The objective of this study was to investigate the determinants of employees’ turnover intention of Bureau of Finance and Economic Development (BoFED) of Benishangul Gumzu Regional State, Ethiopia. This study focused on experts who work in Bureau of Finance and Economic Development. Researchers used questionnaire to collect data from the respondents. A total of 94 questionnaires were distributed and 81usable responses were received and then analyzed by using SPSS Version 20. For this study, the dependent variable (turnover intention) and five independent variables such as organizational commitment, promotion opportunity, salary, work environment, and job satisfaction were identified. The results provide understanding that how these variables are related with and affect the turnover intention. According to the correlation output, all study variables are negatively related with turnover intention. The result of the regression analysis also indicated that all of the independent variables are making 73.4% contribution for turnover intention of experts of BoFED in Benishangul Gumuz Regional State (BGRS). Then, the researchers recommend that the bureau should focus on the most influential factors that affect turnover intention identified by this study and take appropriate measures so as to reduce turnover intention and turnover of experts and retain them for a reasonable longer period of time.

Keywords: Turnover intention, Organizational commitment, Work environment, Job satisfaction


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