IJSRP, Volume 11, Issue 3, March 2021 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Kalyani M W, Madhuwanthi, M. A. K. U
Job-hopping is becoming a phenomenon over the years as employees keep moving from one job to another for better opportunities and self-development. In the Sri Lankan context, when there is a new public sector recruitment scheme opened, most of the graduate employees tend/incline to job hop from the private sector to public sector. Thus, the researcher explores this matter with the intention of identifying the forces of job hopping beheviour of graduate employees who belong to the generation ‘Y’ in the context of Sri Lanka. Since no research studies have been conducted to examine this phenomenon in the Sri Lankan context, this research study enables to fulfil the empirical research gap in the existing literature.