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International Journal of Social and Humanistic Computing

International Journal of Social and Humanistic Computing (IJSHC)

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  • Bibliometric analysis on turnover intention of employees   Order a copy of this article
    by Sangita Saha, Saibal Kumar Saha, Ajeya Jha 
    Abstract: This study aims to reflect on the work done by researchers on turnover intention. With the help of bibliometric analysis, metadata obtained from the Scopus database was analysed to highlight the trends. VOSViewer software was used to perform the network, cluster, co-citation, and text analysis. It was found that Karatepe, O.M. had the highest number of publications (39). Researchers from the USA and China have constantly published the highest number of articles in this field of research. Researchers from countries like India, Pakistan, China, South Korea, South Africa, and Malaysia have started extensive research on the turnover intention of employees and have started publishing in recent years. The future of research is more inclined towards predictive analytics and model developments.
    Keywords: turnover intention; bibliometric analysis; work-life balance; job satisfaction; family support; supervisor support.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJSHC.2024.10064098