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How Multiple Interventions Influenced Employee Turnover: A Case Study

T. Hatcher
Published 1999 · Business

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Many studies offer insights into the relationship between employee turnover and organizational commitment and job satisfaction. Such variables predict turnover, but they do not offer possible solutions to the problem of excessive turnover. The study reported in this article addressed employee turnover in a textile plant as a multifaceted performance issue, identified various causes of turnover through a performance analysis, and analyzed the results of implementation of multiple interventions that were designed to alleviate high turnover among trainees.
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