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Title: Voluntary turnover of information systems professionals: A Cross-Cultural investigation
Authors: Hunter, M.G.
Tan, F.B.
Tan, B.C.Y. 
Keywords: Career progression
Cross cultural
Information systems professionals
Job satisfaction
Narrative inquiry
Voluntary turnover
Issue Date: 2008
Source: Hunter, M.G.,Tan, F.B.,Tan, B.C.Y. (2008). Voluntary turnover of information systems professionals: A Cross-Cultural investigation. Journal of Global Information Management 16 (4) : 46-66. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This investigation examines the motivating factors associated with voluntary turnover decisions of information systems (IS) professionals within the context of two different cultures-Singapore and New Zealand. The narrative inquiry approach was employed to interview 35 IS professionals. Ninety-seven turnover episodes were identified, including 42 in Singapore and 55 in New Zealand. The findings indicate that there exist universal turnover factors which are culturally independent. However, there are also factors that are culturally sensitive, which should be considered by managers when dealing with an international workforce. © 2008, IGI Global.
Source Title: Journal of Global Information Management
ISSN: 10627375
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