Differences between Stayers and Leavers among Part-Time Workers
Some 23 million US workers are employed part-time, presenting significant challenges to the practicing manager. Successfully managing turnover has both operational and strategic consequences for an organization. However, very little is known about the turnover of part-time employees. In this exploratory study, a discriminant analysis is presented of biographic characteristics of stayers and leavers among 1,053 part-time hospital employees. Pay, length of employment, management status, race and gender significantly discriminate stayers from leavers. Managerial and research implications are discussed.
Sightler, Kevin W., and Janet S. Adams. "Differences between Stayers and Leavers among Part-Time Workers." Journal of Managerial Issues 11.1 (1999): 110-25. Print.