Sessions 14 - Chapter 10

Sessions 14- - CHAPTER10 LearningObjectives Effectsofjob

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  8/11/11 CHAPTER 10 Separating and Retaining Employees
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 8/11/11 Learning Objectives Distinguishing involuntary and voluntary turnover Discuss employee separation – principles of justice Identify legal requirements for employee termination Effects of job dissatisfaction affecting employee behavior.
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 8/11/11 Involuntary Turnover Voluntary Turnover Turnover initiated by an  employer. Often with employees  who would prefer to  stay. Turnover initiated by  employees. Often when the  organization would  prefer to keep them. Managing Voluntary and Involuntary Turnover
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 8/11/11 Costs Associated with Turnover INVOLUNTARY TURNOVER Recruiting, selecting, and training  replacements Lost productivity Lawsuits Workplace violence VOLUNTARY TURNOVER Recruiting, selecting, and training  replacements Lost productivity Loss of talented employees
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 8/11/11 Employee Separation Organizations must develop a standardized, systematic  approach to discipline and discharge These decisions should not be left solely to the discretion  of individual managers or supervisors. Policies should be based on  principles of justice  Policies should allow for various ways to intervene.
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 8/11/11 Principles of Justice {54D87974-CB1C-E841-945E-280959DA 479} Outcome Fairness {289CF018-C3E -E94C-9609-CE9C25A ED90} A judgment that the consequences given to em {0D717E24-75A6-DD4C-87A5-1 64839 7C71} Procedural Justice {ACAC920C-F26F-BD4 -8DA1-790B31EC47DA} were used to determine the consequences an employee receives. {20DBA84A-B09A-1 49-BAD2-60F01DDF 69E} Interactional Justice tions in a way that took the employee’s feelings into account.
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 8/11/11 Principles of Justice
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 8/11/11 Wrongful Discharge Discrimination The discharge violates an  implied agreement.
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Sessions 14- - CHAPTER10 LearningObjectives Effectsofjob

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