The turnover Intention of the New Generation of Knowledge Workers in Guangxi Private Enterprises from the Perspective of Job Embedding
Keywords:private enterprise, knowledge-based employees, turnover intention, Guangxi
In recent years, the number of private enterprises in China has rapidly increased, and their proportion in the total number of Chinese enterprises is also increasing. Private enterprises play a very important role in China's economic development. With the increase of scale, private enterprises are increasingly attaching importance to employee management. The new generation of knowledge-based employees has become the main force of Chinese private enterprise employees, and the stability of the new generation of knowledge-based employees directly affects the sustainable development of the enterprise. However, the turnover rate of employees in private enterprises is high, especially for knowledge-based employees who leave frequently, which affects the development of private enterprises. The article takes private enterprises in Guangxi as an example and analyzes the influencing factors of the turnover intention of the new generation of knowledge-based employees in private enterprises from the perspective of job embeddedness, providing corresponding countermeasures and suggestions for human resource management in private enterprises.
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