An evaluation of the effectiveness of the Navy's human resource management survey as a navy enlisted retention management tool

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Authors
Almony, Joseph R.
Reece, Jerrald D.
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Employee Job Turnover
Employee Job Retention
Navy Personnel
Personnel Retention
Military Personnel Retention
Personnel Job Turnover
Personnel Management
Manpower Management
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1979-06
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Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School
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en_US
Abstract
Unit "retention profiles" were developed using Navy Human Resource Management Survey responses for both high and lew retention units. Although the "profiles" were found to be identical for both high and lew retention units, comparative analysis of Survey responses was found of value in assisting unit Commanding Officers in developing retention management strategies. The data utilized consisted of 28,913 respondents of the Navy Human Resource Management Survey during the second guarter of fiscal year 1978. The individual's stated career intent was regressed on the survey dimensions, indices, and guestions to further understand the dynamics of the retention decision. Unit "retention profiles" were developed as a result of stepwise discriminant analysis on the survey guestions for both high and low retention units. A detailed bibliography of employee job turnover is included as an aid to future researchers.
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Management
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Naval Postgraduate School
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