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JOB RELATED FACTORS AND INTENTION TO STAY OF IT PROFESSIONALS IN SRI LANKA

@inproceedings{Gamage2013JOBRF,
  title={JOB RELATED FACTORS AND INTENTION TO STAY OF IT PROFESSIONALS IN SRI LANKA},
  author={Prasadini N. Gamage and H. M. A. Herath},
  year={2013}
}
This research is an attempt to examine the relationship between job related factors and intention to stay among IT Professionals in Sri Lanka, which is a continuous challenge for IT companies in Sri Lanka. In this study three main job related factors namely career development, job stress and pay satisfaction have been selected under independent variable and evaluate the effect of these factors on IT professionals’ intention to stay in the current employment. The objectives of the study include… 
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