Brooks Holtom
Brooks Holtom
Professor of Management, Georgetown University
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Survey response rate levels and trends in organizational research
Y Baruch, BC Holtom
Human relations 61 (8), 1139-1160, 2008
Why people stay: Using job embeddedness to predict voluntary turnover
TR Mitchell, BC Holtom, TW Lee, CJ Sablynski, M Erez
Academy of management journal 44 (6), 1102-1121, 2001
5 turnover and retention research: a glance at the past, a closer review of the present, and a venture into the future
BC Holtom, TR Mitchell, TW Lee, MB Eberly
Academy of Management annals 2 (1), 231-274, 2008
The effects of job embeddedness on organizational citizenship, job performance, volitional absences, and voluntary turnover
TW Lee, TR Mitchell, CJ Sablynski, JP Burton, BC Holtom
Academy of management journal 47 (5), 711-722, 2004
The unfolding model of voluntary turnover: A replication and extension
TW Lee, TR Mitchell, BC Holtom, LS McDaneil, JW Hill
Academy of Management journal 42 (4), 450-462, 1999
How to keep your best employees: Developing an effective retention policy
TR Mitchell, BC Holtom, TW Lee
Academy of Management Perspectives 15 (4), 96-108, 2001
Turnover contagion: How coworkers' job embeddedness and job search behaviors influence quitting
W Felps, TR Mitchell, DR Hekman, TW Lee, BC Holtom, WS Harman
Academy of Management Journal 52 (3), 545-561, 2009
Shocks as causes of turnover: What they are and how organizations can manage them
BC Holtom, TR Mitchell, TW Lee, EJ Inderrieden
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2005
Increasing human and social capital by applying job embeddedness theory
BC Holtom, TR Mitchell, TW Lee
Organizational dynamics 35 (4), 316-331, 2006
Job embeddedness: A theoretical foundation for developing a comprehensive nurse retention plan
BC Holtom, BS O’neill
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 34 (5), 216-227, 2004
Integrating the unfolding model and job embeddedness model to better understand voluntary turnover
BC Holtom, EJ Inderrieden
Journal of managerial issues, 435-452, 2006
Using job embeddedness factors to explain voluntary turnover in four European countries
C Tanova, BC Holtom
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (9), 1553-1568, 2008
Job embeddedness in a culturally diverse environment
CM Mallol, BC Holtom, TW Lee
Journal of Business and Psychology 22 (1), 35-44, 2007
When employees are out of step with coworkers: How job satisfaction trajectory and dispersion influence individual-and unit-level voluntary turnover
D Liu, TR Mitchell, TW Lee, BC Holtom, TR Hinkin
Academy of management journal 55 (6), 1360-1380, 2012
The buffering effects of job embeddedness on negative shocks
JP Burton, BC Holtom, CJ Sablynski, TR Mitchell, TW Lee
Journal of Vocational Behavior 76 (1), 42-51, 2010
The relationship between work status congruence and work-related attitudes and behaviors.
BC Holtom, TW Lee, ST Tidd
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (5), 903, 2002
The effects of network groups on minority employee turnover intentions
RA Friedman, B Holtom
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2002
Even the best laid plans sometimes go askew: Career self-management processes, career shocks, and the decision to pursue graduate education.
SE Seibert, ML Kraimer, BC Holtom, AJ Pierotti
Journal of Applied Psychology 98 (1), 169, 2013
Job embeddedness: A multifoci theoretical extension.
K Kiazad, BC Holtom, PW Hom, A Newman
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (3), 641, 2015
The influence of motivation to attend, ability to attend, and organizational commitment on different types of absence behaviors
JP Burton, TW Lee, BC Holtom
Journal of Managerial Issues, 181-197, 2002
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