NKY SHRM’s May Luncheon
I Quit! A Leaver’s Perspective on Organizational Exit
Organizational exit is a meaningful transition for both a leaver and the organization they are leaving. My research has taken a leaver-focused perspective in an attempt to better understand not simply “why” people leave jobs, but how they make those decisions and how they share those decisions. Interestingly, though maybe not surprising, the reasons given don’t always align with the truth. In this presentation, I’ll share some of the general research on exit and then discuss what I have learned from my research on leavers over the years. I’ll share my findings on exit decision-making processes, managing announcements, and what organizations can learn from their leavers.
Stephanie Klatzke, Ph.D. is the Associate Dean of the College of Informatics at Northern Kentucky University where she is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication. Stephanie earned her Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Missouri—Columbia and her M.A. from the University of Cincinnati.
Stephanie’s research focuses on the process of organizational exit. Her work examines how individuals make decisions to exit and how they announce those exits. At NKU, she teaches courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level in organizational communication, research methods, and principles of informatics.
Presentation Is Pending For:
1.00 SHRM-Professional Development Recertification Credit and
1.00 HRCI-General Recertification Credit
Thursday, May 20, 2021
Networking will begin at 11:30
Zoom link and password will be emailed on the Wednesday prior to the workshop by 5:00 pm.
Please register in advance to receive link and password