TALENT MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFICIENCY: EXPLORING THE MODERATING ROLE OF EMPLOYEE TURNOVER INTENTION IN THE PAKISTAN TELECOMMUNICATION SECTOR
The high Employee Turnover Intention (ETO) is a prevalent issue in the contemporary world of business, which is, directly and indirectly affecting organizations. The TC of Pakistan is the fastest-growing sector; however, if Talent Management (TM) is not properly managed, it results in Employee Turnover Intention and reduces Organizational Efficiency (OE). This study is carried out to examine the impact of talent on OE and examine the moderating role of ETO in the Telecommunication sector (TC) of Pakistan. The study is carried out using structured questionnaires as distributed amongst 125 employees of cellular service providers working in franchises, regional offices and business centers operated in Lahore- the second- largest hub of mobile users in Pakistan. Regression and MODGRAPH were used to check the effect of moderating variable, ETO. The findings of the study indicate that managing talent has a significant role in improving OE. In addition, ETO moderates the relationship between TM and OE in the TC of Pakistan.