Retaining Talent : Replacing Misconceptions With Evidence-Based Strategies by

  title={Retaining Talent : Replacing Misconceptions With Evidence-Based Strategies by},
  author={David G. Allen and Phillip Bryant and James M. Vardaman},
Executive Overview Despite extensive scholarly research and organizational interest in employee turnover, there remains a gap between science and practice in this area. This article bridges this gap and replaces several misconceptions about turnover with guidelines for evidence-based retention management strategies focused on shared understanding of turnover, knowledge of cause-and-effect relationships, and the ability to adapt this knowledge and apply it to disparate contexts. We provide new… CONTINUE READING

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