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Linkages between Satisfaction and Other Outcomes Attitudes – motivation, commitment, cooperation, etc. Labor Relations – grievances, strikes, etc. Counterproductive behavior – low quality or productivity, theft, etc. Health – stress, burnout, illness, etc. Withdrawal – absenteeism, turnover, etc.
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Voluntary Turnover: Model of Stages 1. Job dissatisfaction experienced 2. Thinking of quitting 3. Evaluate the benefits and costs of quitting 4. Intention to search for alternatives 5. Search for alternatives 6. Evaluation of alternatives 7. Intention to quit/stay 8. Quit/stay
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Voluntary Turnover: Model of Common Paths 1. Impulsive quitting 2. Comparison quitting 3. Preplanned quitting 4. Conditional quitting
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Voluntary Turnover: Sources of Commitment Research has identified at least 7 motivational forces to stay/quit: 1. Affective (job satisfaction) 2. Contractual (psychological agreements) 3. Constituent (friends) 4. Alternative (other job offers) 5. Calculative (costs) 6. Normative (expectations of others) 7. Moral (ethical values about quitting)
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