The Influence of Intention to Leave Towards Employee Engagement among Young Bankers in Malaysia

I. A. Hussain, N. Yunus, N. A. Ishak, N. Daud

Abstract


The purpose of the study is to investigate the influence of intention to leave towards employee engagement
among young employees, in the perspective of Malaysian commercial banks. The study distributed 450
questionnaires to young bankers who are employed with commercial banks in Malaysia through “Drop off” and
“Pick up” method. The method was employed due to the confidentiality practiced by the banks. This method of
survey distribution was proven effective whereby 412 responses were gathered which demonstrated 91.8%
response rate. Descriptive, frequency, correlation coefficient and multiple regression analysis were conducted in
this study, and the findings showed that intention to leave only make minimal unique contribution towards
employee engagement in the perspective of young bankers in Malaysia.


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