publication . Bachelor thesis . 2013

Low-Skilled Employee RetentionPractices in the Fast Food Industry : A study of retention practices within the Verhage FastFood franchise

Vuik, Fabian; Van den broeck, Ro;
Open Access Swedish
  • Published: 01 Jan 2013
  • Publisher: Umeå universitet, Företagsekonomi
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
Employee turnover can cost an organization a significant amount of money. In addition, retention of employees can beneficial towards to an organization as it e.g. allows to save costs related torecruitment and training of new employees. The fast food industry is recognized as an industry which employs low-skilled employees and is especially in the United States known to be prone to high employee turnover. With regards to Europe, only little information is available in the field of low-skilled employee retention in the fast food industry. Looking towards the Netherlands, there has been no conducted research concerning this topic from a manager’s perspective allow...
Subjects
free text keywords: fast food, verhage, retention, low-skilled, HRM practices, retention practices, employee turnover, employee retention, recruitment, training, rewards, career development, franchise, HRM, Netherlands
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