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Paper Title :
A Conceptual Model of Career Stability of Generation Y Employees in Auto Parts Manufacturing Businesses

Author :Ekkarat Intharasombat, Suwanna Narkwiboonwong, Anuchai Ramwarungkura

Article Citation :Ekkarat Intharasombat ,Suwanna Narkwiboonwong ,Anuchai Ramwarungkura , (2020 ) " A Conceptual Model of Career Stability of Generation Y Employees in Auto Parts Manufacturing Businesses " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 1-6, Volume-6,Issue-1

Abstract : Employees are the most important resource of the establishments. Any employee resignation causes both cost and competitiveness losses. Studying and understanding career stability of the employees are crucial factors letting them have goals at work. This research then aims to study and synthesize various factors affecting the career stability of Generation Y employees in auto parts manufacturing businesses. The findings revealed that there were 5 factors affecting the career stability: job roles, organizational characteristics, job satisfaction, organizational commitments, and career stability. These factors could also be developed into a research framework and used for further study of empirical data to test the relationship and weight of the Generation Y employees’ career stability factors. Keywords - Auto Parts Manufacturing Businesses,Career Stability,Generation Y

Type : Research paper


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