- By Ian Bradley
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People often stay in jobs violating two classic predictors of longevity – job satisfaction and perceived organizational support. These people don’t like their work nor do they feel that their organizational necessarily cares about their contribution or welfare, yet they stay. This recent study of the intentional of retail pharmacists to leave their job might explain why. Read about the importance of so-called job embeddness and how it relates to a decision to remain put. Links to people, a compatible working culture and the cost of leaving combine to produce a powerful new predictor of job turnover.
Read more at: Job Embeddedness and Retail Pharmacists’ Intention to Leave Christopher R. Leupold The Psychologist-Manager Journal 2013, Vol. 16, No. 4, 197–216