The Role Of Organizational Justice To Curb Turnover
As per the comment from Dr. Mike, I am still fine tuning my problem statement so I can move on to the purpose and other sections of the prospectus. I believe the statement is wordy and would appreciate your feedback.
Prospectus The Role of Organizational Justice to Curb Turnover: Nashua City Junior Employees Lindiwe Musekiwa
Doctor of Philosophy MGMT - Human Resource Management
Prospectus: The Role of Organizational Justice to Curb Turnover: Nashua City Junior Employees
According to Ribeiro and Semedo (2014), employees reported 26% unjust treatment pertaining to job satisfaction, 44% to performance, and 19% to organizational commitment leading one to question …show more content…
It is financially costly to the business, can lead to remaining employees’ lower morale and worker productivity, and affect a business’s ability to provide high-quality customer service (Ton & Huckman, 2008). The ideal situation is for organizations to seriously look at factors that attribute to high turnover such as pay and management conflicts since they reflect poorly on the organization’s image (Ton & Huckman, 2008; Ali & Jan, 2012). The general problem is that turnover, no matter what, is costly, decreases the overall efficiency of the organization, and affects the overall morale of the employees, leading to poor customer service (Holtom & Burch, 2016). The specific problem is to analyze and evaluate the role of organizational justice in curtailing turnover among Nashua City junior employees and determine whether low wages are root cause and how the human resources department can empower the employees and allow them to be the best they can be. Although factors that influence job dissatisfaction vary among employees, turnover is relatively high among the junior employees with the majority citing low wages as the main reason for leaving (Asegid, Belachew, & Yimam, 2014; Hao, Hao, Wang, Rowley, & Zhang, …show more content…
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