Does perceived support in employee development affect personnel turnover?(Varieties of New Public Management? Public Service Employment Relations in Transition) Koster, Fleur; de Grip, Andries; Fouarge, Didier

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Koster, Fleur ; de Grip, Andries ; Fouarge, Didier
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International Journal of Human Resource Management
Business enterprises -- Human resource management; Labour turnover Analysis ; Employee development -- Management
The article examines whether it is beneficial for firms to invest in the general skills of their workforce or whether these training investments only encourage personnel turnover. Results show that a firm's investments in general training significantly contribute to the perceived support in employee development (PSED) among the workforce, as predicted by social exchange theory.
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