Job Hopping

5194 WordsNov 1, 201021 Pages
TABLE OF CONTENT Introduction 2 Background and Scope of Study 3 Hypothesis 5 Objective of study 6 Significant of study 7 Limitation of study 8 Literature Review 9 Findings Results 12 Theoritical Framework 22 References 29 Introduction On our selection and finding for our research on Human Resource Management project. We agreed on the topic of “Job hopping, does is it due to a normal employment trend situation or based on certain level of age/generation affected?” Over the past decades the problem of job-hopping has became a problem on every Human Resource department on every organization. In today’s economic uncertainty, for employees will see job-hopping as a way to provide job security for them. Employees often leave before…show more content…
The various gaps would also have a huge impact on a particular workplace depending on the modernity of the year. Although the generations by definition are somewhat different, the Baby Boomers generation includes people born from 1961 to 1976 (Glass 2007). Because Generation X is so much smaller than the Baby Boomer generation there is predicted to be a labor shortage within the next fifteen years. The oldest members of the Baby Boomer Generation are beginning to retire and Generation X is not large enough to replace them. This leads to shortage in the supply of highly trained employees which put the employers of offering better benefit than another company. Hence the employees took advantage of this position to job hop from one position to another or even worse from one place to another when they find a better benefit (eg : higher salary, higher medical benefit and even more leaves). Because of this unhealthy habit, the Human Resouce has come up with one HR policy as employee retention. The working environment in the modern century are much different than the olden days. The Baby – Boomers generation, similar to their grandparents days are more likely to be conservatives. They are likely to be believe and trust that the organisation would take care of them. Most likely we see these type of people work in the government sectors where they devote their whole life to the organization and even retire with the same organizations. On the
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