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An Exploratory Study on Level of Job Satisfaction and Intent to Leave Among Sales Workforce of Private Sector Insurance Companies with Reference to Nagpur City

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 1 Issue 3

Published: 2012
Author(s) Name: Smruti Rahul Patre and Vinod Gawande | Author(s) Affiliation:
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This paper attempts to study the level of job satisfaction and intent to leave the job among sales workforce of private sector insurance companies. The objectives of the study were to examine the level of perceived job satisfaction and intention to leave the job. Based on the literature reviews an instrument of ten facets of job satisfaction and intention to leave was developed to find the level of perceived job satisfaction and intention to leave. For this purpose, data from 30 sales workforce from three different insurance companies were collected. The data was analyzed using SPSS software. Data was statistically analyzed using One-Sample t-test. Findings of this study suggested that the sales workforce had moderate level of satisfaction with their job, whereas the perceived intention to leave job was on the low level. Hence it can be concluded that the moderate level of job satisfaction lead to low intent to leave their jobs. It is found that there is a negative correlation between Job satisfaction and Intent to leave among insurance companies sales workforce. Based on the findings, recommendations and suggestions are presented. The research has further scope to find other factors affecting intent to leave the job, other than Job satisfaction.

Keywords: Intent to Leave, Private Sector Insurance Sector

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