The Effect Of Selected Human Resource Management Practices On Employees Turnover Intention: The Case Of Civil Employees Of Ethiopian Federal Police Commission

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Addis Ababa University


The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of selected human resource management practices on employee turnover intention of the Civil Employees of the Federal Police Commission Specifically, it looked at how “Selection”, “Remuneration, Reward and Recognition”, and “Training and Career Development”, affect turnover intention. The study was carried out in the Head Office in Addis Ababa and Sendafa. Managerial and Non-Managerial employees, Janitors, Laborers, Cooks and Physicians and Health Professionals were included in the sample. Multistage sampling was used to select a sample size of 291 employees from the five sectors in Addis Ababa and Sendafa. Both descriptive and inferential statistical techniques were used to analyze the data. A multiple regression analysis was conducted to test how well the selected human resource management practices could predict turnover intention. The findings highlight the fact that the selected human resource management practices; selection, training and career development, have been found vital to employees and indeed influence turnover intention. To improve employees’ turnover intention, it is recommended that, the Commission should examine the effectiveness of its selection process and conducting better remuneration reward and recognition scheme and the training and career development practice of the organization needs to be re-established for the civil employees



Human resource management practices, Turnover Intention.