A Social Network Perspective on Turnover Intentions: the Role of Distributive Justice and Social Support

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  title={A Social Network Perspective on Turnover Intentions: the Role of Distributive Justice and Social Support},
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  year={2013}
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  • Published 2013
Organizations are increasingly concerned about retaining human talent, particularly within knowledge-based industries where turnover is expensive. Our study employs a social network perspective to explore the infl uence of employees’ formal and informal workplace relationships on their turnover intentions. We do this in a life sciences organization experiencing employee turnover at over twice the rate of the industry average. Drawing on extant work on the effects of distributive justice at work… CONTINUE READING

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