Chapter 10 notes - Chapter 10 Separating & Retraining...

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Chapter 10 Involuntary turnover - turnover initiated by an employer (often with employees who prefer to stay) Voluntary turnover - turnover initiated by employees (often when the organization would prefer them to leave) Employee separation Principles of justice o Outcome fairness - a judgment that the consequences given to employees are just Consistent outcomes, knowledge of outcomes, outcomes in proportion to behaviors o Procedural justice -a judgment that fair methods were used to determine the consequences an employee receives Consistent procedures, avoidance of bias, accurate information, way to correct mistakes, representation of all interests, ethical standards o Interactional justice - a judgment that the organization carried out its actions in a way that took the employee’s feelings into account Explanation of decision, respectful treatment, consideration, empathy Legal requirements o Wrongful discharge may not violate an implemented agreement, violates public policy o Discrimination o Employees’ privacy o Notification of layoffs
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course MGT 315 taught by Professor Wenier during the Summer '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Chapter 10 notes - Chapter 10 Separating & Retraining...

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