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Factors That Affect The Retention Of Managerial And Specialist Staff: An Exploratory Study Of An Employee Commitment Model

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Author(s): Koos Kotzé | Gert Roodt

Journal: South African Journal of Human Resource Management
ISSN 1683-7584

Volume: 3;
Issue: 2;
Date: 2005;
Original page

Keywords: retention of managerial and specialist staff

ABSTRACT
A study about the factors affecting the retention of managerial and specialist staff was conducted amongst the 120 highest paid employees of two banks. The response rate was 86%. The study investigated the Veldsman Employee Commitment model. The study also explored whether retention factor differences exist amongst biographical groupings. Various differences were identified between previously disadvantaged individuals (PDIs) and non-PDIs, male and female, service tenure groups and age groups.
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