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A Study on the Effect of Youth University Graduates` Workplace Satisfaction on Preparation for Turnover
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  • Journal title : Industry Promotion Research
  • Volume 1, Issue 1,  2016, pp.35-40
  • Publisher : Industrial Promotion Institute
  • DOI : 10.21186/IPR.2016.1.1.035
 Title & Authors
A Study on the Effect of Youth University Graduates` Workplace Satisfaction on Preparation for Turnover
Park, Jin-Ah;
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 Abstract
This study verified the effect of youth university graduates` workplace satisfaction on preparation for turnover by analyzing panal data. The study results showed that satisfaction of general workplace, possibility of personal development, autonomy/authority, monthly wage(p<.001), working environment, office hours, usefulness of major(p<.01), personnel system, employment stability, welfare benefits(p<.05) affected preparation for turnover. Also, sex, marital status, type and location of university, major, status of workers affected preparation for turnover. This study provided implication for reducing turnover and enhancing workplace settlement by confirming the effect of youth university graduates` workplace satisfaction on preparation for turnover.
 Keywords
University Graduates;Youth;Workplace Satisfaction;Turnover Intention;Hiring Policy;
 Language
Korean
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