Employees’ turnover intention has become a serious issue in manufacturing sector in Malaysia. Recent statistics identified that Malaysian workers leaving their job after six months of working are relatively high. This study aims to examine the relationship between employees’ turnover intention and its predictors. A self-administered questionnaire was distributed to 210 employees in manufacturing sector in the North Region, Peninsular Malaysia. The findings confirm that the work environment factors, i.e. workload, job safety and security, and relationship with co-workers affect the turnover intention. These findings outline implications for organization in developing new strategies to retain their employees.