The Moderating Role of Openness to The Experience on Employee Mobility’s Influence on Job Security and Employee Retention
Schyonne Adderley & Niu Xiongying
This study sought out to examine the influence of employee global mobility on job security and employee retention. Paired t-tests were applied to examine the responses of 148 luxury hotel employees in The Bahamas through a scenario-based experiment. The findings show that the scenario had a positive effect on job security and employee retention with a statistically significant increase from the hypothesis that EGM has a positive effect. There was also not enough evidence to prove that openness had a moderating effect. The results confirmed that the global mobility would be a suitable talent management strategy and they innovative hybrid will support a sustainable business and society and that in their perceptions; organizations were doing a better job at maintaining their employees and sustaining work for their employees.
Keywords: Employee global mobility, Job security, Retention, Job Stability, Luxury hotel, Scenario experiment.
|Title:||The Moderating Role of Openness to The Experience on Employee Mobility’s Influence on Job Security and Employee Retention|
|Author:||Schyonne Adderley & Niu Xiongying|
|Journal Name:||International Journal of Science and Business|
|ISSN:||ISSN 2520-4750 (Online), ISSN 2521-3040 (Print)|
|Date of Publication:||31/08/2021|
|Paper Type:||Research Paper|
Cite This Article:
Schyonne Adderley & Niu Xiongying (2021). The Moderating Role of Openness to The Experience on Employee Mobility’s Influence on Job Security and Employee Retention. International Journal of Science and Business, 5(9), 118-130. doi: https://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.5342340
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About Author (s)
Schyonne Adderley (corresponding author), Department of Business, University of International Business and Economics, No. 10 Huixin East Street Beijing, China tel:8618514462492, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Niu Xiongying, Department of Business, University of International Business and Economics, No. 10 Huixin East Street Beijing, China, tel:8618500078237 email: email@example.com