Researchers find four factors that make employees less likely to quit, and three factors that make them more likely to quit.
In an “oldie but goodie,” Huselid (1995) examines relationships between High Performance Work Practices and company performance. His results reveal both a significant impact of these practices on turnover and productivity, but also on longer-term variables like financial performance.
Minbasian, Earl, and Bright (2013) research study investigated openness to experience as a possible predictor of job performance. This sounds intuitive, right?