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Title: The effects of a 30-hour work week on employee retention
Authors: Carter, Gordon
Keywords: Work-life balance -- Malta
Personnel management -- Malta
Employee retention -- Malta
Hours of labor -- Malta
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Carter, G. (2019). The effects of a 30-hour work week on employee retention (Master's dissertation).
Abstract: This study revolves around the employee retention issue in the organizational sector in Malta. Particularly, the author refers to the 30-hour week, a modern work-life balance scheme which has recently started being implemented in Europe with notable success. In order to investigate its effectiveness in Malta; the author investigates this phenomenon with regards to its capacity to tackle employee retention. This was achieved through a single-case study of the renowned FTIAS company in Smart City. Mixed methodology research was applied, comprising of distributing an online survey to subordinates as well as performing interviews with their respective managers. These research tools were developed through an elaborate review of the concerning literature. These methods ultimately enabled the researcher to collect the essential information in order to reach the conclusions surrounding the capacity and flexibility of what this scheme can bring to the organizational landscape.
Description: M.B.A.
Appears in Collections:Foreign dissertations - FacEma

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