n IFE PsychologIA : An International Journal - Determinants of job hopping experience among private and public sector employees' turnover intention

Volume 22, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 1117-1421



This study investigated perceived organizational justice, job stress and job hopping as determinants of private and public employees' turnover intention in Lagos State, Nigeria. A total of two hundred respondents selected through convenience sampling technique were used for the study, these comprises 109 (54.5%) males and 91 (45.5%) female participants. These participants were drawn from public and private organizations in Lagos. The results revealed that perceive organizational justice; job stress and job hopping significantly jointly predict employees' turnover intention. Additionally, job stress, job hopping and distributive justice which is one of the dimensions of organizational independently significantly predict employees' turnover intention. There was significant difference in the turnover intention of private and public sector employees.

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