An investigation of the factors that affect labour turnover in private educational tertiary institutions (a case of three selected major tertiary institutions in Nairobi)
Ng'eno, Weldon Kibet
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The study is introduced in chapter one with an introduction of what labour turnover is. The statement of the problem is done, the objectives of the study given, the research questions are outlined and the scope of the study given. The study covers three private tertiary institutions in Nairobi. The focus of past studies done in the area of labour turnover is in chapter two. Several studies have been done on the factors that influence labour turnover but not much has been done on the same with special focus in the tertiary institutions. The critical review of the main issues is done with a summary of the gaps to be filled by the research. The conceptual framework, which the researcher will adopt in the study, is illustrated where the independent variables that influence the dependent variable (labour turnover) are described briefly. The research methodology seeks to outline the way the study was carried out. The target population, the sampling procedures and design are stated in the chapter. The data types, the data collection procedures, the data analysis techniques that shall be employed and the expected output of the expected output from the research are also indicated. Data analysis is done using the tables, pie charts and bar graphs. The researcher has also explained the graphs and charts as well as the tables. The summary of the findings, conclusions, limitations and the recommendations for further research of the research are outlined in chapter five.