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dc.contributor.authorAbu Jadayil, Wisam
dc.contributor.authorMohsen, Mousa S.
dc.contributor.authorAl-Bashir, Adnan
dc.identifier.citationJadayil, W. M. A., Mohsen, M. S., & Al-Bashir, A. (2013). Statistical model representing workers turnover problem in third developing countries: Jordanian industrial sector. International Journal of Human Resource Studies, 3(4), 102.en_US
dc.description.abstractJordan as one example of Middle Eastern countries suffers from the problem of workers turnover. This paper analyzed this issue numerically and by building a statistical model to find out the main reasons causing this problem as a first step towards the right solution. Five main categories for workers turnover were studied and investigated. The salary, the working environment, the helpfulness and corporation of the management, the worker psychological state and relationships with surrounding environment, and the services provided by the employer to the employee. Statistical analysis of the results showed that the main reason for turnover in industrial cities is the salaryen_US
dc.subjectWorkers turnoveren_US
dc.subjectJordanian industrial sectoren_US
dc.subjectWorking conditionsen_US
dc.titleStatistical Model Representing Workers Turnover Problem in Third Developing Countries: Jordanian Industrial Sectoren_US
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