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Griffeth and Hom Employee Turnover Model
Mussa A., Student (MBA), Tanzania, Member
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Griffeth and Hom Turnover Model
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
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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