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JOEBM 2020 Vol.8(1): 50-54 ISSN: 2301-3567
DOI: 10.18178/joebm.2020.8.1.611

Factors Causing and Countermeasures Study of Employee Turnover in a Research Institute

Congying Wang, Xue Gao, and Daqian He
Abstract—In current economic climate, turnover becomes a universal social issue. Especially in the knowledge intensive scientific research units, if the employers do not analyze the reason for leaving and adjust the management measures timely, it will not only causes many unnecessary costs, making the enterprise human resources work in the cycle of ‘hiring-departure-rehiring’, but also cause the loss of intellectual capital, hinder the completion of the scientific research and production. This paper takes A Scientific Research Institute as an example to discuss how to carry out relevant human resource management work by studying the reasons of employee turnover, and employee performance with high turnover rate. The suggestion is we should give consideration to the school's comprehensive ranking and employee stability during recruitments, pay close attention to employees of electronic majors and the PHDs by offering proper salary and concerns, and establish feedback mechanism to deal with the complain properly.

Index Terms—Turnover, human resource management, performance, recruitment.

The authors are with China Ship Development and Design Center, China (e-mail: unicorn0206@126.com).

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Cite:Congying Wang, Xue Gao, and Daqian He, "Factors Causing and Countermeasures Study of Employee Turnover in a Research Institute," Journal of Economics, Business and Management vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 50-54, 2020.

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