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A Study on Work and Environmental Variables Explaining Newcomers` Turnover Intentions
Tak, Jin-Kook; Lee, Dong-Ha; Park, Ji-Hyun; Kim, Hyun-Hae; Jung, Byung-Suk;
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 Abstract
This study was intended to examine various work and environmental variables explaining newcomers` turnover intentions. Data were collected from 901 newcomers using online survey. Results of multiple regression analyses showed that individual-job fit, reward dissatisfaction, fringe benefit dissatisfaction, vision in organization, participation in decision making, realistic job preview, leader dissatisfaction, co-worker relationship and work environment explained significant variances of turnover intentions. Data were classified into full-time and part time employees based on employment type and into a large and a small-medium company based on company size. There were small differences in significant variables explaining turnover intentions based on company size as well as employment type. Finally implications and future research were discussed.
 Keywords
Newcomer;turnover intentions;work and environmental variables;organization size;employment type;
 Language
Korean
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