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primary causes of voluntary turnover

For the three primary causes of voluntary turnover (desirability of leaving, ease of leaving, alternatives), might their relative importance depend on the type of employee or type of job? Explain.

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For the three primary causes of voluntary turnover (desirability of leaving, ease of leaving, alternatives), might their relative importance depend on the type of employee or type of job? Explain.

For the three primary causes of voluntary turnover, the relative importance depends to a limited extent on the type of employee but to a larger extent on the type of job. Consider this the type of employee can influence the ease of leaving. A well-qualified employee with a set of well-developed skills can easily leave the firm. He knows his worth and knows the procedures. Similarly, such a well qualified employee can generate an attractive set of alternatives. On the other hand a relatively unskilled employee not having a university degree may not be able to generate alternatives or know how to initiate the process of leaving the company.

On the other hand the type of job changes the relative ...

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