The Relationship between Employee Engagement and Turnover Intention of Hotel Employees

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Yada Chopthamdee


This article aims to study 1) review the basic knowledge about employee engagement and turnover intention 2) review the basic knowledge about the hotel 3) to present a conceptual model of relationship between employee engagement and turnover intention. The study was based on relevant literature review to create the concept model of relationship between employee engagement and turnover intention of hotel employees

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Chopthamdee, Y. . . (2020). The Relationship between Employee Engagement and Turnover Intention of Hotel Employees. Dusit Thani College Journal, 13(1), 380–388. Retrieved from
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