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Organizational Application Managing Employee Retention as a Strategy for Increasing Organizational Competitiveness

@inproceedings{Ramlall2003OrganizationalAM,
  title={Organizational Application Managing Employee Retention as a Strategy for Increasing Organizational Competitiveness},
  author={Sunil J. Ramlall},
  year={2003}
}
Research indicates that the total cost of employee turnover is about 150% of an employee’s salary. Because of this high cost of turnover, the organization that is the focus of this article sought to understand their employee’s turnover intentions and the reasons for the potential turnover. Through a series of surveys, observations, and interviews, it was determined that the location of the company and its compensation package were the most common factors in remaining with the company and that… 
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