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A Contingency Approach towards the Turnover Management and its Impact on Organization

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 11557-11570

Keywords : Contingency; Innovation; Performance; Turnover;

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The research shows an inverted U-shaped association between employee attrition and organizational efficiency, that management would seek, reach, sustain equilibrium between attrition-retention and improve organizational output. Given findings that support this claim, no attempt has been made to examine management strategies this regulate attrition in various contexts. This research explores how creative training impacts teacher turnover in Texas school systems, incorporating evidence from the state's, Superintendent Leadership Survey and Academic Achievement Indicator Program. The research measures organizational success based on the innovation-turnover partnership. Seeing that the output standard differs between individuals, companies that aim to improve low-performance employee turnover and minimize high-performance employee turnover. In other terms, management must find a means of reaching the desired turnover rate without specific performance details. The findings show that creative management raises attrition of low-performing companies, but reduces turnover of high-performing organizations (raises retention).

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