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Journal of Competitiveness

Monitoring of Labour Mobility as a Way to Competitiveness

Vnoučková Lucie

Mobility, turnover, human resources, disaffection, management, organisation

The current economic situation is forcing organisations to keep their best, talented employees, because employees are a critical and the most valuable asset. The paper reveals, based on the primary research, unsuitable practices of organisations in human resources and personnel relations and suggests improvements and recommendations how to keep knowledgeable employees. An induction method revealed main factors causing employee turnover (remuneration, future certainty, relationships, recognition, communication, corporate culture and expectations). Attributes of identified factors which influence organisational disaffection and fluctuation were searched and interpreted based on a quantitative survey. The paper describes inadequate behaviour inside organisations together with highlighting of the determinants which are the most common reason for a decision to leave. The aim is to point-out critical variables in order to lower disaffection and layoffs in organisations. It is essential for a modern knowledge-based organisation to be aware of the main causes and consequences of employee fluctuation to maintain competitiveness.

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Vnoučková L.(2012). Monitoring of Labour Mobility as a Way to Competitiveness. Journal of Competitiveness, 4 (3), 105-121 https://doi.org/10.7441/joc.2012.03.08

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