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This mixed-methods study investigated the influence of managerial behavior on employee turnover. Both quantitative and qualitative data collection methods were utilized. An online survey was administered to individuals in the labor market to gather their experiences with managers. A single interview with an expert was conducted with a consultant in a recruitment company to better understand the issue at hand. The study results indicate that employees are more likely to quit their job if they experience poor managerial behavior. Surprisingly, the study also found that women were not likelier than men to quit their job due to managerial behavior. The study provides valuable insights into the significant impact that managers can have on employee turnover, suggesting that addressing poor management practices may help reduce turnover rates. Future research should explore this topic further in different industries and cultures for a more comprehensive understanding and involve more experts for their views.
Keywords: Employee, Turnover, Retention, Managerial Behavior, Workplace.
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