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Do ER Activities help in Reducing Turnover Intent? A Review and Conceptual Model
, Varsha Pathak
Published in SAGE Publications
Volume: 6
Issue: 4
Pages: 59 - 64

In this global era, the success of an organization depends on retaining qualified and experienced employees. The most common challenge faced by the organization in today’s scenario is the increasing attrition rate. Employees in an organization either like or dislike their jobs, and on the basis of this liking or disliking employees choose to stay or leave the organization (Yücel 2012). Turnover Intention is defined as the attitude of intent to leave or actually leaving the organizations (Glissmeyer, Bishop, andFass, 2008). Many organizations are facing a problem of turnover among employees. Hatch and Dyer (2004: 1155) summarized such findings with the observation that “firms with high turnover significantly underperform their rivals”. However, it is important to understand how employee relation practices make an employee, stay in an organization.

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