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WHY PEOPLE STAY: USING JOB EMBEDDEDNESS TO PREDICT VOLUNTARY TURNOVER
A new construct, entitled “job embeddedness,” is introduced. It includes individuals' (1) links to other people, teams, and groups, (2) perceptions of their fit with job, organization, and community,Expand
Self-Efficacy: A Theoretical Analysis of Its Determinants and Malleability
The construct of self-efficacy has received increasing empirical attention in the organizational behavior literature. People who think they can perform well on a task do better than those who thinkExpand
An Alternative Approach: The Unfolding Model of Voluntary Employee Turnover
The model of employee turnover described in this paper applies constructs and concepts from decision making, statistics, and social psychology to facilitate understanding and to redirect theoryExpand
The Effects of Job Embeddedness on Organizational Citizenship, Job Performance, Volitional Absences, and Voluntary Turnover
This study extends theory and research on job embeddedness, which was disaggregated into its two major subdimensions, on-the-job and off-the-job embeddedness. As hypothesized, regression analyses r...
5 Turnover and Retention Research: A Glance at the Past, a Closer Review of the Present, and a Venture into the Future
Given the extensive research on the topic of voluntary employee turnover in the past decade as well as new managerial approaches to employee retention, labor market dynamism, and evolution inExpand
PATH-GOAL THEORY OF LEADERSHIP
Abstract : The paper reviews the path-goal theory of leadership. This theory states that a leader's behavior is important for good performance as a function of its impact on subordinates' perceptionsExpand
How to keep your best employees: Developing an effective retention policy
Executive Overview The competition to retain key employees is intense. Top-level executives and HR departments spend large amounts of time, effort, and money trying to figure out how to keep theirExpand
A Contingency Model for the Selection of Decision Strategies
A model hypothesizes why decision makers choose different decision strategies in dealing with different decision problems. Given the motivation to choose the strategy which requires the leastExpand
Strategic Decision Processes: Comprehensiveness and Performance in an Industry with an Unstable Environment
Comprehensiveness is a measure of rationality and is defined as the extent to which organizations attempt to be exhaustive or inclusive in making and integrating strategic decisions. Results from a...
The Unfolding Model of Voluntary Turnover: A Replication and Extension
This work reports further theoretical development of Lee and Mitchell's (1994) unfolding model of voluntary turnover, which describes different psychological paths that people take when quitting or...
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