The influence of supervisory‐support climate and unemployment rate on part‐time employee retention

@article{Gentry2007TheIO,
  title={The influence of supervisory‐support climate and unemployment rate on part‐time employee retention},
  author={W. Gentry and Karl W. Kuhnert and Scott P. Mondore and E. E. Page},
  journal={Journal of Management Development},
  year={2007},
  volume={26},
  pages={1005-1022}
}
  • W. Gentry, Karl W. Kuhnert, +1 author E. E. Page
  • Published 2007
  • Economics
  • Journal of Management Development
  • Purpose – Using “districts” nested within “regions”, this multi‐level analysis research aims to examine whether a climate of supervisory‐support at a “district”‐level (as measured by perceived supervisor support (PSS)), and “region”‐level unemployment rates were related to “district”‐level retention rates of blue‐collar part‐time employees (PTEs).Design/methodology/approach – Blue‐collar PTE retention rates (from company records) and PSS levels (from a company‐wide survey) of a large global… CONTINUE READING
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