Impact of Career Growth on Employee Job Hopping with Moderating Role of Job Security

Authors

  • Mudasir Mazhar Bhatti Research Scholar Dept. of Business Administration
  • Mobashira Alvi Department of Business Administration Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad

Keywords:

CG-Career Growth, CGP-Career Growth Progress, PAD-Professional Ability Development, ; ORG-Organizational Reward and Growth, JH-Job Hopping, JS-Job Security, AJS-Affective Job Security, ; CJS-Cognitive Job Security

Abstract

This study investigates the impact and connection between Career Growth (CG) and Job
Hopping (JH) in banking industry. Quantitative research is conducted through a 28 items
questionnaire. 300 employees from banking industry are taken as sample out of which 290
replied completely to the questionnaire. Correlation and Regression are measured to
assess the collected data. This research also shows the moderation impact of employee Job
Security between Career Growth and Job Hopping. We used Job Security (JS) as a
moderating variable along with its two different dimension i.e. Affective Job Security (AJS) and Cognitive Job Security (CJS) in the assembly of Career Growth and Job Hopping as independent and dependent variables respectively. The results indicate that CG has direct positive impact on JH as our first hypothesis has been accepted. AJS moderated more as compared to CJS. It proved that JS’s both dimensions play vital role. It has been sorted out that in order to reduce the JH in companies, CG must be dealt with full attention by HR department with a moderating role of employee’s AJS and CJS as well. Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) is used for data analysis

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Published

2022-09-15

How to Cite

Bhatti, M. M. ., & Alvi, M. . (2022). Impact of Career Growth on Employee Job Hopping with Moderating Role of Job Security. International Journal of Social Science & Entrepreneurship, 2(2), 218–226. Retrieved from https://ijsse.salmaedusociety.com/index.php/ijsse/article/view/50