Starting with the basics: Getting turnover rates right

@article{Stanek2019StartingWT,
  title={Starting with the basics: Getting turnover rates right},
  author={Kevin C. Stanek},
  journal={Industrial and Organizational Psychology},
  year={2019},
  volume={12},
  pages={314 - 319}
}
  • Kevin C. Stanek
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Speer, Dutta, Chen, and Trussell (2019) highlight key issues in the research on and practice of understanding turnover. Although they clarify several theoretical and practical issues related to advanced turnover models (e.g., decision trees, survival, regression), their focal article skims over fundamental issues in understanding turnover that have plagued the field for decades. For most organizations, turnover rates are the predominant method of quantifying turnover. Stakeholders (e.g., HR… Expand

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