EMPLOYEE TURNOVER AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRIES OF NEPAL

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https://doi.org/10.26668/businessreview/2024.v9i5.4509

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Economic Factors, Employees Turnover, Hospitality Industries, Performance, Psychological Factor

Abstract

Purpose: The main objective of this research is to determine the effect of employee turnover on the performance of the organization in the hospitality industry in Nepal. Research on employee turnover and performance in the hospitality industry has rarely been found in the Nepalese context. This research tries to explore the effect of employee turnover on the performance of organizations in Nepal.

 

Methodology: This research uses descriptive and causal-comparative research design. Three independent variables i.e., psychological, demographic & economic factors, and one moderating variable i.e., employee turnover and organizational performance as dependent variables have been used for the study. Data were collected from the 150 respondents through the open-ended questionnaire. Descriptive and inferential statistics have been used to analyze the information.

 

Findings and Conclusion: The study found that there is a positive and significant effect of psychological and demographic factors on the performance of the hospitality industries but economic factor has an insignificant negative effect on the performance of hospitality industries in Nepal.

 

Practical and Social Implication of Research: The outcome of the research can apply to the Nepalese hospitality industry effectively.  Improvement of the Psychological and social values of employees can reduce employee turnover and it will help to enhance the performance of the hospitality industry in Nepal.

 

Originality Value: This research concluded that the author's words like; Economic Factors, demographic factors, and Psychological Factors have a significant positive relation although employee turnover, Hospitality Industries, and Performance have insignificant and negative relations with economic factors. The value of this research is to prepare the plan and policy for the hospitality industries in Nepal to maximize profit with the help of minimizing employee turnover. The study supports financial and economic stability in the organization.

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2024-05-06

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Niroula, B., Upadhyay, J. P., & Singh, S. K. (2024). EMPLOYEE TURNOVER AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRIES OF NEPAL. International Journal of Professional Business Review, 9(5), e04509. https://doi.org/10.26668/businessreview/2024.v9i5.4509