• Abstract

    The aims of this study are to assess research trends in turnover intention from 2017 to 2023 using data accessed from the Scopus online database. Methodology – The Scopus database screened publications to identify literature related to turnover intention behavior. VOSviewer is used to analyse the occurrence of keywords and coauthors. Findings – The results show that the trend of publications on turnover intention behavior continues to increase until the most papers appear in 2022. The paper most cited is "Will we have the same employees in hospitality after all? The impact of COVID-19 on employees' work attitudes and turnover intentions”. The author with the most publications is Riberio, N. This analysis provides direction for writers who are interested in the topic of turnover intention by providing information related to articles, authors, publication subjects, and countries that are prominent in turnover intention behavior, as well as keywords that are often used in turnover intention research. Limitations – This study has limitations related to the database, which is only taken from the Scopus database. Originality – This study has both contributions and impactful implications for the growth of turnover intention research across a range of disciplines, including the principal investigators and their country of origin.

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Uzkiyyah, N. U., Qamari, I. N., & Rahayu, M. K. P. R. (2023). Seven years of research tracing on turnover intention: bibliometric analysis. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 6(3), 2023025. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2023025
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