Do Job Satisfaction and Commitment to the Organization Matter When It Comes to Retaining Employees?
Reducing employee turnover through retention practices is an area of great interest to employers. Extension has experienced the loss of many county agents due to resignation and also retirement incentives. Prior research suggests a linkage of factors that can predict the likelihood of employees' intention to quit. The study included 480 Extension agents with less than 6 years of employment, representing 12 states in the southern United States. Findings indicate significant relationships between employee job satisfaction, organizational commitment, and intention to quit.
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Martin, M. J., & Kaufman, E. K. (2013). Do Job Satisfaction and Commitment to the Organization Matter When It Comes to Retaining Employees?. The Journal of Extension, 51(4), Article 28. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss4/28