High-involvement work practices, turnover, and productivity: Evidence from New Zealand

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Abstract

Study results indicate a positive association between use of high-involvement work practices and employee retention and firm productivity, A disordinal interaction was indicated: employee turnover was associated with decreased productivity when use of high-involvement work practices was high and with increased productivity when use of these practices was low.

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  • James P. Guthrie

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