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Griffeth and Hom Employee Turnover Model

What is the Griffeth and Hom Turnover model (2001)? Thanks for your help.

  Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands
 

Griffeth and Hom Turnover Model

In short, Griffeth and Hom proposed a comprehensive model of employee turnover in which job satisfaction and organizational commitment are treated as the major mediators in the turnover process:
  • JOB SATISFACTION (assumed to be influenced by: job-related factors [e.g. job complexity and group cohesion], individual-related factors [e.g., negative affectivity], and labor market conditions), influences employee turnover through perceptions of the costs and benefits of both job seeking and turnover, job search, and finally evaluation of alternatives.
  • ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, on the other hand, is influenced by job- and organization-related factors (e.g., procedural justice and job security) and individual-related factors (e.g., commitment propensity).
Effects of commitment on turnover behavior are mediated by thoughts of quitting.
Source: A MODEL OF MILITARY TURNOVER, Hayriye Canan Sumer, Ph.D..

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