Ibadan Journal of the Social Sciences
Volume 10, No. 2, 2012
DOI: 10.36108/ijss/2102.01.0210

Organisational Practices Influencing Turnover Intention Restructured Bank Environment in Nigeria

Catherine Chovwen

Department of Psychology, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria



This study investigated the influence of organizational factors on turnover intention in recently selected restructured bank in Nigeria. This study adopts an ex-post facto research design and was carried out in banks in eleven (11) locations in a Southwest City in Nigeria. A total number of 258 participants responded to the items Oil the measures designed to tap information on organizational justice and turnover intention. Four hypotheses were tested using regression analysis to test for prediction and t-test for comparison. Results showed that organizational justice and job redesign significantly influenced turnover intention, however independently only procedural justice significantly influences turnover intention. In addition, there was no difference between males and females in turnover intention, but management level employees expressed higher turnover intention than non-management employees. These res lilts have implication for staff retention and organizational development.

Keywords: Organizational justice, interactional justice, job redesign, turnover intention and banks.


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