New research suggests that whom you are networking with may affect whether or not you voluntarily leave your job.
The term “corporate ethics” might send a shiver up the spine of many high-level executives. Illegal activities can send anybody to jail, no matter how white their collar. But there’s more to ethics than avoiding punishment. New research shows that organizations stand to gain immensely through ethical behavior, especially through the behavior of employees. How can organizations position themselves to take advantage of the benefits of being ethical?
In the evolving workforce of the 21st century, there is a tendency for star performers to produce a disproportionate amount of output compared to the average performer. Despite this trend there has been very little shift in how we treat and manage star performers, often treating and paying them the same as average performers. The result is higher turnover among stars. How important are star performers and what can we do to better manage and retain them?
The authors examined predictors of aggregate quit rates using data from a 1998 establishment-level survey of telecommunications employees. Using industrial relationships and strategic human resource theory, they identify set of mechanisms and practices that are likely to predict quit rates.
Topic: Job Attitudes, Turnover Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology Article: When and How Is Job Embeddedness Predictive of Turnover? A Meta-Analytic Investigation Authors: Jiang, K., Liu, D., McKay, P. F., Lee, T. W., & Mitchell, T. R. Reviewer: Neil Morelli Have you ever had a job where you felt like
Topic: Talent Management, Turnover Publication: Academy of Management Review (JUL 2012) Article: Rethinking Sustained Competitive Advantage from Human Capital Authors: Benjamin A. Campbell, Russell Coff, & David Kryscynski Reviewed By: Susan Rosengarten All organizations want the secret to retaining top talent; I challenge you to find me one that doesn’t!
Topic: Job Attitudes, Organizational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Turnover Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (in press) Article: Generational differences in work-related attitudes: A Meta-analysis Authors: D. P. Costanza, J. M. Badger, R. L. Fraswer, J. B. Severt, & P. A. Gade Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Do generational differences predict work-related
Topic: Turnover Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (online pre-publication) Article: When and how is job embeddedness predictive of turnover? A meta-analytic investigation Authors: Jiang, K., Liu, D., McKay, P. F., Lee, T. W., & Mitchell, T. R. Reviewed by: Larry Martinez Turnover is a huge concern for most organizations. The
Topic: Job Performance, Turnover, Culture Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (JAN 2012) Article: The effect of culture on the curvilinear relationship between performance and turnover Authors: Michael C. Sturman, Lian Shao, & Jan H. Katz Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin The relationship between job performance and turnover has long been thought