DOES GENDER DISCRIMINATION AFFECT TURNOVER INTENTION? EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM ACADEMIA IN PAKISTAN
Gender discrimination has widely been accepted as social characteristics that affects human
behavior. Its intensity differs with change in culture, socio-economic conditions of the people and the
type of interaction that people come across. The main objective of this study is to look into its impact
on turnover intention among the faculty members in Pakistan. Data was collected from 310 faculty
members working in five universities of Peshawar, Pakistan. Results show that gender discrimination
has a significant positive relationship with faculty turnover intention. Regression analysis shows that
36 percent variance in members' turnover intention can be attributed to gender discrimination.
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2019 Fayaz Ali Shah
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.