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Self-Efficacy as a Control Measure for Attrition Intent: An Empirical Assessment

Journal of Organisation and Human Behaviour

Volume 6 Issue 4

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: Anju Verma, Brij Sharma | Author(s) Affiliation: Asstt. Prof., Haryana School of Busi., Guru Jambheshwar Univer. of Scie. and Tech., Haryana, India.
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The present study seeks to examine the control measures for the attrition intent. A total of 782 employees from various pharmaceutical companies scattered well in Delhi (including National Capital Region) and Haryana were considered for the study which is based on primary data. Structural equation modelling (SEM) has been used to analyse the data. SEM shows that self-efficacy has positive and significant effect on attrition intent and is able to minimise attrition intent. Hence, self-efficacy comes out as control measure for attrition intent for the employees of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry. The present study contributes the existing literature by highlighting the role of self-efficacy in reducing attrition intents among employees. High self-efficacy will lead to decrease the attrition intents among the employees of skill-based businesses.

Keywords: Self-Efficacy, Pharmaceutical Industry, Attrition Intent, Control Measure, Structural Equation Modelling

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