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Employee turnover and productivity among small business entities in Nigeria

John N. N. Ugoani

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This study was designed to evaluate the problems of employee turnover on productivity among small business entities in Nigeria, and recommend remedial actions. Employee turnover is the separation of employees from employers and replacement with other employees. Productive manpower is a critical element for the economic survival of any small business entity. The survey research design was used for the study. The sample comprised of 320 respondents. Data generated were analyzed by using descriptive, and Z-test statistical techniques. It was found that employee turnover adversely affects productivity in small business entities.

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absenteeism; revolving-door; sexual-harassment; clones; Igbuoge; psychological implication

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