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Quitting behaviors identified in biz professor's study

The Utah Statesman

By Marissa Neeley

A USU associate professor’s study that identifies signs of when an employee is going to quit their job is on its way to being published.

Tim Gardner said his research on how to tell if an employee is going quit their employment is applicable to both employees and employers now and in the future.

Gardner looked through online articles and found 53 cues of people leaving their jobs that were not backed up.

“We surveyed two groups of graduate students at two different graduate schools with work experience,” Gardner said. “We surveyed 100 managers and asked for cues that someone is leaving.”

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