The effects of human resource and industrial relations practices on employee attachment a survey of selected local and foreign banks in the Philippines
Encouraging employees to stay is essential as high quit rates are a significant cost to organizations, both because they raise labor costs and because they lower organizational performance (Batt, Colvin & Keefe), 2002) and morale. This paper shares the findings of research conducted during the...
|Published in:||Philippine Journal of Labor and Industrial Relations Vol. 33 (2015), 133-158|