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The aim of this research was to explore the correlates of Turnover Intention. The correlates included Organization-based Self-esteem, Job Stress, Emotional Intelligence, and Health Risk Behaviour among Rescue 1122 Workers. The study also aimed to explore Emotional Intelligence as a predictor of Turnover Intention ; Organizationbased Self-esteem, Job Stress and Health Risk Behaviour among Rescue 1122 Workers. The sample of the study consisted of 200 male Rescue 1122 Workers of Lahore city. Systematic Random Sampling was employed to gather data from participants. Correlational Research Design was used. The major tools of this study included Turnover Intention Scale, Organization based Self-esteem Scale, The Subjective Job Stress Scale, Emotional Intelligence Scale and Health Risk Behaviour Questionnaire. These above mentioned tools were used after taking consent from the participants. Correlation and Regression Analysis were applied on the data. The results showed that there was significant positive relationship between Turnover Intention and Job Stress. Furthermore there was significant negative relationship between Turnover Intention and OBSE. Moreover Emotional Intelligence was a significant predictor of OBSE, Job Stress, and Health Risk Behaviour.
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DOI 10.46568/pjass.v5i1.303
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