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A survival analysis of organizational turnover in the auditing profession
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Abstract
This study uses survival analysis to examine employee turnover in the auditing profession. Building on the Job Demands-Resources model, I analyze the impact of job characteristics (demands and resources) and personal characteristics on organizational turnover. The study is based on a survey among a sample of 309 employees who either were or had been employed in the Belgian auditing profession. At any particular point in time, excess job demands (e.g., workload) increase and job resources (e.g., organizational support for alternative work arrangements) decrease the risk of organizational turnover. Higher family involvement (personal demands) is also associated with increased turnover risk.
Language
English
Source (journal)
MAB : maandblad voor accountancy en bedrijfseconomie. - 's-Gravenhage, 1989, currens
Publication
's-Gravenhage : Elsevier , 2023
ISSN
0924-6304 [print]
2543-1684 [online]
DOI
10.5117/MAB.97.90216
Volume/pages
97 :1/2 (2023) , p. 5-16
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The author-created version that incorporates referee comments and is the accepted for publication version Available from 13.03.2024
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Last edited 18.01.2024
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