Investigating The Cause Of High Attrition Rates In Women Employees Of Private Organisation


  • Fahad Abdali University of Karachi
  • Prof. Dr. M. Abuzar Wajidi Facuty of Mangement Sciences, Barrett Hodgson University, Karachi, Pakistan.
  • Dr.Prof.Faraz Ahmed Wajidi Institute of Business and Health Management (IBHM) - Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi, Pakistan



High Attrition Rates in Women Employees, Private Organization


The main purpose of this study is to investigate the factors and causes of high attrition rates in women employees working in private organisations. The emphasis of this research is placed on factors and its impact on the decision of women for attrition. The research is quantitative in nature and data that is collected for this research using primary information which has been gathered through using survey questionnaire. The analysis of data is conducted using Smart-PLS. The results of this particular study conclude that uncongenial organisational culture, insufficient compensation, job satisfaction and social organisational practice have a significant impact on attrition of women working in private organisations. The implications of this research include that the atmosphere in most of the organisations are tough and overwhelming for women who have to manage their work as well as their responsibilities towards families and children.




How to Cite

Abdali, F., Wajidi, A., & Wajidi, F. A. (2020). Investigating The Cause Of High Attrition Rates In Women Employees Of Private Organisation. Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies, 20(2), 25–40.