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Therefore, the objective of this study is to investigate actual turnover of public accounting employees, using firm related factors of position and service line and demographic factors of ethnicity and gender.
Prior research has examined turnover and turnover intentions of public accounting employees using demographic determinants such as marital status (Barkman, Sheridan, and Peters, 1992), personality determinants such as personality differences between partners and other professional staff (DeCoster and Rhode, 1971), firm specific determinants such as team effectiveness, job pressure, and advancement (White and Hellriegel, 1973), and external determinants such as financial inducements by joining industry (White and Hellriegel, 1973; Half, 1982).
Similarly, the 2003 Ducks had the most turnovers of the Bellotti era with 27, but 13 of those were in three league losses to Washington State, Arizona State and Washington, games in which the Ducks were minus-nine in turnover margin.
The bigger question is what the overall turnover numbers mean for Oregon's season.
This is followed by the sample selection process and the data, including descriptive statistics for the firms and directors in the turnover and matched samples.
We extend this literature by analyzing changes in committee assignments around forced CEO turnover relative to a matched sample of firms that do not force CEO turnover.
And even if increased marketing efforts do enable a property to offset higher turnover, it will still be difficult to move in these new rentals in time to avoid further economic loss.
Because turnover is so expensive to the property, resident retention should become the manager's principal focus.
An alternate view is that performance and related situational factors have, in fact, little influence on top management turnover. Vancil (1987) found that 60 percent of CEOs take normal retirement at the appointed time, and that 80-90 percent retire or leave under usual, expected conditions.
Our study examined the turnover of top executive officers in 80 randomly selected Fortune 500 firms over a 40-year period, 1945-1984.
That is, it is a normative belief held by employees that turnover behavior is quite appropriate.
Iverson & Deery (1997) report a study which examined the influence of turnover culture on an employee's decision to stay or leave.