Alternative Conceptualizations of the Relationship Between Voluntary Turnover and Organizational Performance

@inproceedings{Shaw2005AlternativeCO,
  title={Alternative Conceptualizations of the Relationship Between Voluntary Turnover and Organizational Performance},
  author={Jason D. Shaw and Nina Dey Gupta and John E. Delery},
  year={2005}
}
We propose four alternative predictions regarding the relationship between voluntary turnover and workforce performance and develop the hypothesis that safety and productivity outcomes mediate that relationship. In two intraindustry studies, strong support emerged for curvilinearity: the relationship between voluntary turnover and workforce performance is negative, but it is attenuated as turnover increases. Some modest support for workforce performance as a mediator of the voluntary turnover… CONTINUE READING

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