A Study of Occupational Stress and Turnover Intention Mediated by Emotional Intelligence: An Empirical Study of Public and Private Teaching Faculty of Sukkur Region Colleges, Sindh, Pakistan

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Abdul Wahab Memon, Naseem Ahmed Kanhar, Muhammad Imran, Altaf Hussain Aureejo


The main objective of this research was to investigate the impact of occupational stress on turnover intention. Further, the mediating impact of emotional intelligence was investigated. Data was collected from 323 employees of teaching faculty of public and private colleges of the Sukkur region, who were selected by a simple random sampling method. Correlation Analysis and Regression analysis have been conducted through SPSS 20 software package. The positive impact of job stress on turnover intention was found and the negative correlation between job stress and Emotional Intelligence was also found. In addition, emotional intelligence significantly mediates the relationship of occupational stress with turnover intention.

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