Impact of Perks on Employees Turnover

Authors

  • Muhammad Abdullah Idrees Indus University
  • Ayesha Khan Indus University
  • Arsalan Khan Indus University
  • Muhammad Bilal Indus University
  • Muniza Syed Newports Institute of Communication and Economics

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46568/kubrj.v2i1.19

Abstract

The current is linking perks implement in an organization that can help in reduction of employee turnover. As the study is related to human resource many articles, journals and personal survey were conducted to different organizations plus to analysis perks in organization the study is also conducted in different cities of Pakistan as well so, it can clarify that in Pakistan are perks important or not . The examination configuration utilized as a part of this review was the quantitative approach, which permitted the specialist to utilize organized polls in gathering information. Around 213 respondents are collected for the research and with help of Regression Analysis the results appears that there is a negative relationship between perks and employee turnover as firms prefer benefits and different type of compensation to employees instead of such perks. High representative turnover rates may imperil endeavors to accomplish hierarchical targets. What's more, when an association loses a basic worker, the impacts on advancement, consistency in giving administration to clients and opportune conveyance of administrations to clients might be contrarily influenced.

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Published

2021-06-21

How to Cite

Idrees, M. A., Khan, A. ., Khan, A. ., Bilal, M., & Syed, . M. (2021). Impact of Perks on Employees Turnover . Karachi University Business Research Journal, 2(1), 1–14. https://doi.org/10.46568/kubrj.v2i1.19

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