Received: 08 Sep 2018 , Published: 08 September 2018
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|1||PT. Mohamed Niyas|
The general aim of this project is to evaluate the factors that influence labor turnover within the Qatar, with a focus placed on Sri Lanka. Using a structured questionnaire, a total of 277 valid responses have been collected from June to July 2017. The Structure Equation Modelling (SEM) has been used to analyses the influencing factors on labour turn over. The findings show that structural path model closely fits to the sample data, indicating better employment opportunities is highly influencing factor on labour turn over and the relationship between the management and employees is only significant negative influence on labour turn over. The findings of the study have significant implication for Sri Lankan recruitment agencies and Qatar industry stakeholders, especially those responsible for managing human resources. It is recommended that if Sri Lanka bureau of foreign employment and Qatar companies are aware about the factors, they can manage their human resource management issue.
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