The impact of Human Resource Management on State Government IT Employee Turnover Intentions
This study analyzes the impact of human resource management on state government IT employee turnover intentions. The results of a survey of state government IT employees show that promotion and advancement opportunities, training and development, supervisory communications, pay and reward satisfaction, and family-friendly policies are all significant variables affecting turnover intentions among state government IT employees. The availability of diverse family-friendly policies was the most significant factor affecting female IT employees' turnover intentions. The data strongly suggest that executive leaders, managers of IT departments, and human resource managers need to acknowledge these factors when addressing the issues of employee voluntary turnover and turnover intentions.
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