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Employee Relations

ISSN: 0142-5455

Online from: 1979

Subject Area: Human Resource Management

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Occupational pensions and employee retention: Debate and evidence


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Title:Occupational pensions and employee retention: Debate and evidence
Author(s):Stephen Taylor, (Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK)
Citation:Stephen Taylor, (2000) "Occupational pensions and employee retention: Debate and evidence", Employee Relations, Vol. 22 Iss: 3, pp.246 - 259
Keywords:Labour market, Pensions, Policy, Staff turnover
Article type:Research paper / Conceptual Paper
DOI:10.1108/01425450010332523 (Permanent URL)
Publisher:MCB UP Ltd
Abstract:This article explores the relationship, in the contemporary UK context, between employee retention and the provision by employers of occupational pension schemes. Several sources of literature are drawn on to develop cases for and against the proposition that pensions play a discernible role in reducing employee turnover. Original research carried out by the author is then presented which suggests that the retention effect is limited in terms of both its potency and its extent. A particular finding is the varying importance of pension schemes in terms of the retention of different staff groups.



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