Dr.Sanjay Prasad, Srinath Koley
2021 EPRA International Journal of Economic and Business Review  
Job turnover has been a longstanding concern to academic researchers whereby numerous researchers have resulted in the classification of factors that cause turnover intentions among employees. Indian context has been well explored, but the literature remain scant on the issue in the context of Indian countries especially Libya. This study is an attempt to address the gap in literature and aimed at determining the relationship amid training, job satisfaction and alternative jobs on employee
more » ... bs on employee turnover in the Libyan oil sector. The correlation findings revealed that training has insignificant relationship with job turnover, whereas job satisfaction and alternative job are positively related to job turnover. Finally, recombination are made for future research and implications for Sail, Bhel and Many more oil companies to improve their practices. Performance. This discussion in literature provides the impetus to examine the relationship between training, job satisfaction, and job opportunity with job turnover in private Sectors. KEYWORDS: - job satisfaction, Sail, Bhel, turnover.
doi:10.36713/epra6682 fatcat:jqc6qpyxl5cita6s5yes4v63v4