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2020 | z. 149 | 725--734
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Determinants of Employee Turnover Intention

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Purpose: Voluntary turnover of employees constitutes a challenge for modern organizations, especially when the problem pertains to key specialists or talents. Therefore, the examination of reasons behind such employee decisions is significant. Design/methodology/approach: The paper discusses conceptual model of employee turnover intention developed on the basis of the review of literature. Findings: The model consists of three factors determining the turnover intention: job characteristics, work centrality, and organizational commitment. Research limitations/implications: The model constitutes a theoretical basis for further studies in the issue of turnover intention. Originality/value: The empirical verification of the model will enable the formulation of recommendations for organizations to limit the turnover intention. (original abstract)
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  • Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin
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