What are the main causes of Labour Turnover?

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The causes of labour turnover may be put into two groups, i.e.,

(1) Avoidable causes and

(2) Unavoidable causes

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(1) Avoidable causes – These include:

(i) Dissatisfaction with jobs,

(ii) Dissatisfaction with remuneration,

(iii) Bad working conditions,

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(iv) Odd hours of work,

(v) Lack of incentives and promotional avenues,

(vi) Lack of adequate recreational facilities,

(vii) Inadequate housing and medical facilities,

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(viii) Poor worker-supervisor relationship,

(ix) Poor group relations,

(x) Discrimination between one worker and another, etc.

(2) Unavoidable causes – Unavoidable causes may be personal or impersonal. These include:

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(i) Personal betterment,

(ii) Retirement, death or disablement,

(iii)Domestic responsibilities, i.e., to look after old parents,

(iv)Discharge due to factors like unsuitability, insubordination, and negligence,

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(v) Marriage in case of women workers, etc.

Every organisation must see that leaving due to avoidable causes is prevented.

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