Role of Person-Organizational Fit between Job Stress, Organizational Justice, and Turnover Intentions: A Developing Country Perspective
The purpose of this research is to investigate the interrelationship between job stress, organizational justice, and turnover intention in the hospitality industry of Bahawalpur, with the moderating effect of person-organization-fit. The study used self-administered questionnaires to collect data, which was then analyzed using advanced statistical techniques such as SPSS and SEM-PLS. The findings indicate a positive correlation between job stress and turnover intention, as well as between organizational justice and turnover intention. The results also suggest that person-organization-fit plays a moderating role in the relationship between job stress and turnover intention, but not in the relationship between organizational justice and turnover intention. The study contributes to both practical and theoretical aspects of the literature and provides recommendations for future research while acknowledging its limitations.