Employability, turnover intentions and well-being of Employees: A Meta-analysis Approach

In the digital era, businesses have numerous opportunities and challenges (Reisman, R., 2019). Today, the labour market is very demanding, and employees face tough competition. In these circumstances, employees are compelled to be skilled enough to face the challenges; this, in turn, increases their well-being. Employability increases the performance of an organization; however, it also enhances employee turnover. The concept of employability emerged in the 1990s with the understanding that employees cannot depend on their employers for their job security (Van der Vaart, L., 2015; Baruch, 2001). However, historical evidence of employability can be traced back to the last century (Mcquaid, 2005). The dictionary meaning of employability is ‘quality of being employable’ (Mcquaid, 2005). Gazier (1998) defines employability with the help of its various dimensions, namely labour performance employability, flow employability, dichotomy employability, ability to assess, personnel policy employability, and socio-medical employability Read more