Moynihan, Boswell & Boudreau (2000), examined the influence of job satisfaction and three dimensions of organizational commitment (i.e., affective, continuance, and normative) on the intention to leave, job search activity, performance, and the leadership effectiveness of executives. The data used in this study is from a survey taken by 1,341 executives in the database of the Ray & Berndtson executive search firm. Inter correlations and descriptive statistics showed that the intention to leave was negatively correlated with job satisfaction (r= -.70, p .05). Males (M = 2.52, SD = .69) reported almost similar levels of satisfaction to females (M= 2.9, SD= 0.75). Therefore, H1= There is a difference in the satisfaction levels of male and female employees of the organization is rejected and null hypothesis, H0= There is no difference in the satisfaction levels of male and female employees of the organization is accepted.
The major aim of this chapter is to integrate the main findings from chapter 1 and 4 and provide a detailed comparison and discussion of the results. This chapter also intends to postulate a clear picture into the relationships between job sculpting, job satisfaction, and turnover intention in hotel Ramada Plaza, Chandigarh, taking into consideration the limitations of the study. It also looks at providing suggestions based on the study and recommendations regarding further scope of research.
5.1 Overview Of Main Findings
The literature has pointed out the existence of strong evidence of a negative relationship between job satisfaction and turnover intention. Therefore this study proposed a relationship on similar terms in hotel Ramada Plaza. Job sculpting on the other hand, being a scarcely researched variable was incorporated so as to check its effect on job satisfaction and turnover intention. This was mainly done to see if it could cater to the issue of perpetually high turnover in the hotels, and the whole hospitality industry in...