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Innovative theory and empirical research on employee turnover

Author: Griffeth, Rodger ; Hom, Peter Series: Research in human resource management Publisher: Information Age Publishing (IAP) 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 256 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781593110970Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Includes bibliographical references


Innovative Theory and Empirical Research on Employee Turnover Contents Foreword Rodger Griffith and Peter Hom part I The Evolution of a Pioneering Turnover Theory ix 1. The Development of a Causal Model of Voluntary Turnover James L. Price part II Identifying Constructs and Processes Missing from Prevailing Turnover Formulations 3 2. Explaining the Link between Turnover Intentions and Turnover: The Roles of Risk, Personality, and Intentions-behavior Linkages David G. Allen. 3. Revisiting the Cosmopolitan--Local Construct: An Event History Analysis of Employee Turnover Roderick D. Iverson, Charles W Mueller, and James L. Price 4. Job Markets and Turnover Decisions Robert P. Steel 5. Stress Measures as Predictors of Intention to Leave and Turnover Meni Koslowsky and Meyrav Merom 35 55 73 83 part III Innovative New Ways of Thinking About Turnover 6. Five Antecedents Neglected in Employee Turnover Models: Identifying Theoretical Linkages to Turnover for Personality, Culture, Organizational Performance, Occupational Attachment, and Location Attachment Carl P. Maertz, Jr. 7. job Embeddedness: Current Research and Future Directions Xin Yao, Thomas W. Lee, Terence K Mitchell, James P. Burton, and Chris J. Sablynski 8. Dynamic Systems in Human Resource Management: Chaos Theory and Employee Turnover Reidar Hagtvedt, Gregory Todd Jones, Stefan Gaertner, and Rodger Griffith 105 153 189 part IV Generalizing Turnover Theory and Research to Neglected Populations 9. On the Relationship Between Race and Turnover Loriann Roberson 10. Investigating Turnover in the International Context: A Turnover Model for the Mexican Culture Mindy S. West 211 231

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