Detection of Indicators That Correspond To Unmet Needs, Related To Employee Motivation

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Staff Turnover, Motivation, Indicators, Job Satisfaction, Salary, Organization


The rotation of personnel or rapid entry and exit of personnel is a phenomenon that is increasing, a problem for organizations, since it involves training and administration costs. In addition, time is required for the adaptation of the newstaff to the dynamics of work. This research article seeks to detect the indicators that correspond to the unmet needs of workers that affect staff turnover in the grocery store "La Esmeralda". The analysis is based on the results of surveys applied to former workers of the organization. With regard to surveys, a quantitative descriptive study was conducted. The results obtained show that the causes that most affect the entry and rapid departure of personnel in the organization are: Monetary remuneration, personal satisfaction, learning, and development, which become the points to be taken into consideration by the company to make decisions that help reduce turnover for these causes mentioned.


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AYALA MONDRAGÓN, C. G., SUÁREZ JIMÉNEZ, R. del C., & GARCÍA ÁLVAREZ , D. A. D. (2022). Detection of Indicators That Correspond To Unmet Needs, Related To Employee Motivation . ISPEC International Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities, 6(1), 106–109.




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