Journal of Organizational Culture, Communications and Conflict (Print ISSN: 1544-0508; Online ISSN: 1939-4691 )


The Influence of Affective Commitment on Job-Hopping Behaviour among Private Sector Employees in Bangladesh

Author(s): Nayma Iftakhar

The goal of this study is to explore how job satisfaction and affective commitment affect jobhopping behaviour, as well as what role affective commitment plays in mediating the effects of job satisfaction on job-hopping behaviour. There were 89 samples from various private organizations in Bangladesh. The PLS (Partial Least Square) analysis was used in this research. As a consequence, job satisfaction influenced affective commitment in a positive and significant way. Job satisfaction influenced job-hopping behaviour in a negative and significant way. Job-hopping behaviour was also revealed to be influenced by affective commitment in a negative and significant way. Affective commitment was also found to partially mediate the impact of job satisfaction on job-hopping behaviour. The implications of these findings are that private companies should adopt performance-based promotion and yearly increment to improve job satisfaction, and they should approach employees' emotional attachment through leadership style to control the job-hopping behaviour

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