International Journal of Business and Management Future https://www.cribfb.com/journal/index.php/ijbmf Centre for Research on Islamic Banking & Finance and Business en-US International Journal of Business and Management Future 2575-7911 ROLE OF HR TECHNOLOGY AND TRAINING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMPLOYEES https://www.cribfb.com/journal/index.php/ijbmf/article/view/1051 <p><em>The purpose of this article is to explore the factors and importance of training for developing the employees and focus that how HR technology and e. practices help the HR consultants to make the training more efficient, and what type of technology used in training, and how to improve the training that helps in employees development. The data collection is done by online questionnaire. For this study, 305 respondents fill the questionnaire, and for data, use the primary data. For the imperial foundation of this article, we use the PLS software for analysis. The analysis found that the training plays an essential role in developing the employees. There are positive responses of people about the role of technology and training in organizations. Many employees agree that they need training in the organization to benefit both employees and the company. For this study, we collect the data from different responses and use the convenient approach. This study's challenge is what types of technology improve the quality of training and how employees understand it easily. Training the employees becomes more proactive and how they influence the activity.&nbsp; </em></p> <p><strong>JEL Classification Codes: </strong>O15, N7, P36, J54.</p> Narjis Batool Sajid Hussain Muhammad Baqir K. M. Anwarul Islam Muhammad Hanif ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-03-30 2021-03-30 5 1 1 13 10.46281/ijbmf.v5i1.1051 THE CORRELATION BETWEEN JOB-HOPPING ATTITUDE AND TURNOVER BEHAVIOR: A JOB SATISFACTION PERSPECTIVE IN BANGLADESH https://www.cribfb.com/journal/index.php/ijbmf/article/view/1075 <p><em>A worker is a company’s principal power base. Recently, the employment and turnover rates of employees have risen very high for several reasons. It was still a matter of great importance to organizations. This study focuses on the multiple reasons for work saving and turnover behaviors at different workers levels in Bangladesh. This research focuses on various factors. Through this hypothesis, the key methods to determine the independent variables are studied, including worker satisfaction, job quality, employee facilities, and employee dependent variables, employment and turnover rates. A correlation between the independent and dependent variables has been identified. A survey of 150 respondents working at various levels in Bangladeshi organizations was performed with the hypothesis-based questioner. The data obtained through the survey and statistically analyzed using tools for data analysis (SPSS). In this study, the relationship between independent variables and dependent variables was analyzed through descriptive statistics, reliability analysis and inference analysis. The study of linear and multi-linear regression on these parameters indicates the purpose of the reversal. Based on the results; the theoretical issues will be validated. This study explores the key explanation for this and establishes a research paradigm to minimize Bangladesh’s high turnover.</em></p> <p><strong>JEL Classification Codes: </strong>J62, J28, J63.</p> Md. Chapol Ali K. M. Anwarul Islam Soo-Jin Chung Nurul Mohammad Zayed Mohammad Rakibul Islam ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-04-12 2021-04-12 5 1 14 26 10.46281/ijbmf.v5i1.1075 THE ROLE OF UNDEREMPLOYMENT IN TURNOVER INTENTION THROUGH JOB DEPRIVATION AND JOB STRESS: A MULTIPLE MEDIATION MECHANISM https://www.cribfb.com/journal/index.php/ijbmf/article/view/1139 <p><em>Mainly determination focused on examining the 'underemployment 'via exploring its relationship with 'turnover intention'. Furthermore, the other variable 'job deprivation' was analyzed as a mediator for said relationship. In addition, the moderating role of 'job stress' was also premeditated for underemployment and job deprivation. Our targeted audience for this research article was "Traffic Police Wardens" (TPW). We have collected sample data from three cities of Punjab province (1) Lahore, (2) Multan, &amp; (3) Bahawalpur. The population was the whole of Pakistan. Data was collected with the help of a questionnaire via cross-sectional data. 600 were distributed and received N= 499 which were completed by all aspects. The CFA was carried out in SEM (Structural Equation Model), whereas the data was analyzed in SPSS, on the 22<sup>nd</sup> version. The statistical analysis of this research article retrospection that Cronbach alpha<strong> (α) </strong>&gt; 0.72 among all variables which are presenting the highest reliability. Further, we check the correlation of the variables among each other, and we found that the dependent variable (DV) is positively correlated to independent variables (IV) because '</em><em>underemployment in turnover intention is positively correlated with job deprivation and job stresses. Results of this research article demonstrate that correlation values were r = &gt;0.5 and Regression’s values p = &lt;0.01. </em><em>It indicates that there was a positive and significant effect of underemployment on turnover intention. The findings also support job deprivation as an intervening mechanism for the relation of underemployment and turnover intention. In addition, job stress acts as a moderator for the relationship between underemployment and job deprivation. The study concludes with a discussion, limitations, and future research directions including implications both for theory and practitioners. </em></p> <p><strong>JEL Classification Codes:&nbsp; </strong>O15.</p> Hafiza Fatima Afzal K. M. Anwarul Islam Adnan Ismail Muhammad Yasir Tahir Muhammad Zohaib Jamshaid Riaz Muhammad Ismail ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 2021-05-25 2021-05-25 5 1 27 37 10.46281/ijbmf.v5i1.1139