Employee Reasons for Staying Across Length of Intended Stay: An Analysis of Qualitative Data from Employee Interviews
Reasons employees stay in their jobs varies by the length of time the employee intends to stay with the organization. Furthermore, reasons employees
stay at their jobs varies significantly by company, so it’s important for each organization to understand the unique experiences of their employees. This
study takes a unique look at the reasons employees stay at their jobs and demonstrates the important of understanding this dimension of employee
Survey versus Interview: The Incremental Value of Qualitative Reasons in Predicting Short-term Intent to Leave
Current voice-of-employee survey practices must evolve to fully leverage modern day analytics capabilities. The new insights in this study proves that an open-ended methodology that asks employees about their attitudes, expectations and intents increases the power of predictive analytics and possibility of successful targeted interventions.