Organizational politics which lies in the appraisal system is harming the employee’s perceptions in such a way that decreased their satisfaction level which resulted in enhanced turnover intentions. This research study is aimed to analyze the impact of appraisal politics on employees’ turnover intention in the mediating role of job dissatisfaction along with moderating role of impression management. Data was collected from 200 employees of a public sector organization named as National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA). Results of the study have illustrated that perception of appraisal politics has significant positive impact on turnover intentions along with the finding that job dissatisfaction positively and significantly mediates this relationship.