2 edition of Costs of turnover among female managers : a human capital framework found in the catalog.
Costs of turnover among female managers : a human capital framework
Edward J. Chambers
1991 by National Centre for Management Research and Development, School of Business Administration, the University of Western Ontario in [London, Ont.] .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 20-21.
|Statement||Edward J. Chambers and Dallas M. Cullen|
|Series||Working paper series [in women in management] -- no NC 91-07., Working paper (University of Western Ontario. National Centre for Management Research and Development) -- no. 91-07.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
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There are many factors in the hospitality industry which affects the employees work but there are some major factors which influence them to leave the Size: 1MB. Turnover costs can be substantial for companies over time, and diverse companies may ameliorate turnover by retaining their female and minority employees.
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