Survey methodology was utilized to measure the effects of turnover on civilian employers of enlisted personnel in the National Guard and Reserve, where turnover is operationalized as deployment of a National Guard or Reserve employee. The sample was randomly selected from the Louisiana Guard and Reserve database. The results indicate that respondents perceived that as a result of deployment there is a positive correlation between the predictors level of organizational output, change in the number of customers served, and the number of team efforts with the criterion quality of the organization’s output. Conversely, when the predictor amount of work effort was included in the stepwise regression, respondents perceived that it was negatively correlated with the quality of the organization’s output.
Hisey, Lee L.
"Correlation Between Turnover and Organizational Performance: An Exploratory Study,"
Journal of the North American Management Society: Vol. 10:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://thekeep.eiu.edu/jnams/vol10/iss1/6