Motives of staff turnover

Despite the large labour market, it remains Staff turnover Essential. The damage caused by undesirable staff turnover leads in the most ideal case to short-term costs. These can amount to thousands of euros per case (Zeynep & Huckman, 2008). These include loss of productivity, advertising and recruitment costs.

Understanding of rationale of in any case undesirable Staff turnover is therefore important. For this reason, Presearch offers a modern and unique method by which organisations Exit questionnaires For concrete departure reasons and improvement points. This method contributes directly to the achievement Evidence-based (HR) management.

In This weekly recurring blog we try to contribute to achieving more understanding of Staff turnover and reach evidence-based HR. The currently presearched database contains more than 1000 respondents from different organizations. It therefore seems more than sensible to do a short study and share this knowledge with HR officers, managers and executives.

Explanation Data Collection

The questionnaire will measure reliably and validated the components that are Connection and Satisfaction Within organizations explain and contain a longitudinal character. These components contain the four A's (labor content, conditions, relationships and conditions). The data has been collected in the same way within several Dutch organisations in three years time.

Below is an overview of which parts will be discussed in the coming weeks:

Week 16: Influence of Labour content
Week 17: The role of sex
Week 18: Impact of working conditions
Week 19: The Role of Generations (age)
Week 20: Impact of industrial relations
Week 21: The role of executives
Week 22: Impact of working conditions
Week 23: The role of service years
Week 24: Main motives at a glance
Week 25: Conclusion

Should you have substantive questions about the study or method of Presearch, please Contact With us at info@presearch.nl or 020-7893277.

07 April 2014

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