Factors Affecting Employee Retention and Logistic Performance: Evidence from NGO Sector in Northern Area of Bangladesh

Document Type : Original Research

Authors

1 Faculty of Business Administration, Coxsbazar International University, Coxsbazar, Bangladesh

2 Department of Economics, Islamic University, Bangladesh, Kushtia, Bangladesh

Abstract

It is conceivable to question why highly educated and competent workers are permitted to leave their employment. The determination of this paper is to identify the important issues prompting worker retaining in the northern Bangladesh NGO sector and to examine how staff retention impacts on logistic performance. Some of the things that are looked at in this study as retention drivers are economic stability, psychological security, connections with coworkers, and self-actualization. With a simple random sampling method and a questionnaire, the employees are polled to get the important information. We selected Rajshahi, Bogra, Natore, and Kushtia as well as four NGOs from each district for the random sample. Each NGO conducted ten worker interviews for data collection. The total number of samples is 160. SEM-SPLS examines data, evaluates the research model and hypotheses, and tests the study model and hypotheses. There are economic, psychological, interpersonal, and self-actualization aspects of employee retention. The paper covers the hypothetical and applied ramifications of the inquiry.

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