Date of Conferral
Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.)
A lack of managerial responses to employee needs contributes to an increased rate of employee turnover in credit unions. Some managers do not possess the skills and strategies necessary to reduce employee turnover. This case study explored what strategies managers used to successfully reduce employee turnover. The population for this study was managers of a financial institution in Northeast Kansas with at least 1 year of leadership experience using methods to reduce employee turnover. Theory X and theory Y theory was the conceptual framework for this study. Data collection included semistructured face-to-face interviews with 10 managers and an exploration of company archival documents. Using Yin's 5-step data analysis method, 3 major themes emerged:
the ideal work environment; communication with employees; and work relationship with supervisors, which included the importance of connecting with your employees. Recommendations for action included listening, properly communicating, problem solving, and maintaining a stable work environment. Managers may apply these results to successfully reduce turnover in the organization. Social implications include providing a better understanding of employee retention and increasing knowledge of what influences employee turnover.
Carreno, Jason, "The Implications of Employee Turnover on Credit Unions" (2016). Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies. 2526.