Document Type

Article

Publication Date

10-1-2018

Keywords

Trust, motivation, intent to stay, organizational culture, employee retention

Abstract

An organization effort to recognize the reasons for employee retention can serve to keep turnover down. No matter what industry it is essential to comprehend what the employees think and sense about the organization and the working culture. A supportive and positive work environment instilled by motivation and trust strengthens the connection between an organization and employee. When organizational leaders naturally respect employees as more than mere work resources, employees reach a high level of performance and will continue with the organization longer. The primary objective of this study was to recognize and promote the factors of trust and motivation influencing a positive working environment and employees intentions to stay with the organization. The study aims to determine elements of employee intent to stay and contribute to the growing body of literature on the significance of trust, motivation and positive working environment.

Faculty

Pilon School of Business

School

Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning

Journal

Journal of Management Research

Volume

10

Issue

4

First Page

58

Last Page

71

Version

Publisher's version

Peer Reviewed/Refereed Publication

yes

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Original Publication Citation

Shahid, A. (2018). Employee Intention to Stay: An Environment Based on Trust and Motivation. Journal of Management Research, 10(4), 58-71. doi: 10.5296/jmr.v10i4.13680

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