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Lee and Mitchell's unfolding model of employee turnover - a theoretical assessment
online resourceposted on 2006-05-26, 14:22 authored by Kevin Morrell, John Loan-Clarke, Adrian Wilkinson
This paper offers a critique of the ‘unfolding’ model of employee turnover (Lee, Mitchell, Holtom, Daniel & Hill 1999), and is intended to contribute to debate on the theoretical and operational merits of this alternate approach to analyzing turnover. The critique explores the model’s conceptual framework and theoretical contribution, as well as offering thoughts on logistical and operational issues.
- Business and Economics
CitationMORRELL, LOAN-CLARKE and WILKINSON, 2001. Lee and Mitchell's unfolding model of employee turnover - a theoretical assessment. Occasional Paper, 2001:2, Loughborough: Business School, Loughborough University
Publisher© Loughborough University
NotesTHIS PAPER IS CIRCULATED FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES AND ITS CONTENTS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED PRELIMINARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. NO REFERENCE TO MATERIAL CONTAINED HEREIN MAY BE MADE WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE AUTHORS.