A Research Project On Employee Turnover

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Introduction According to Krishnaswami & Satyaprasad (2010), the selection of an issue or problem is the first step in business research. The first step in creating a problem statement is to select the discipline in which the potential problem lies (Krishnaswami & Satyaprasad, 2010). For my business research project I chose the human resource area. Second, one must narrow the focus to a specific aspect of the selected area (Krishnaswami & Satyaprasad, 2010). Employee turnover is something that I have first-hand experience with which I find to be interesting, therefore this is my area of focus. Appannaiah, Reddy & Ramanath, (2010), state that after isolating the problem area one must proceed to develop and define the actual problem statement. In this paper I will first discuss three problem statements in articles I reviewed. After which I will develop a problem statement of m own based on journal articles and studies I have read thus far concerning the issue of employee turnover in the specialization of human resource management. For the formulation of a problem Appannaiah et al. (2010), states that one needs to narrow down the focus from general to a more specific area without becoming too narrow. With this in mind I have chosen to narrow my focus to employee turnover in retail establishments.
Brief Review of Literature “Managerial Turnover in US Retail Organizations” by Peterson (2007), discusses the identification of turnover factors for managers in retail businesses…

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