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Impulsive, Comparison, Pre-Planned & Conditional Reasons Employees Quit

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Alicia's customer at the bridal shop was so difficult and rude that Alicia decided to quit on the spot. Why would this be considered impulsive quitting?

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1. Ben sells cars and learns of another dealership with better commissions. He contacts the dealership and is offered a sales position. He accepts their offer and quits his current job. What type of quitter is Ben?

2. Carmen is a stay-at-home wife and wants to treat her parents to an expensive vacation for their 25th wedding anniversary. She gets a part-time job at a retail store and intends to quit once she earns enough money for her parents' trip. Carmen is an example of _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This worksheet and corresponding quiz allow you to gauge your knowledge of the reasons employees quit their jobs. To pass the quiz, you must be able to identify reasons for quitting such as comparison and impulsive.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Utilize this quiz and worksheet set to assess your ability to identify the following reasons for quitting:

  • Pre-planned
  • Impulsive
  • Comparison
  • Conditional

Skills Practiced

Practice the following skills when you use the quiz and worksheet set:

  • Making connections - understand how comparison and pre-planned quitters leave their jobs without necessarily feeling ill will toward their current employers
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as impulsive quitters and conditional quitters
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you gained regarding how negative circumstances impact impulsive quitters

Additional Learning

To learn more about the reasons employees quit their current jobs, check out the related lesson titled Impulsive, Comparison, Pre-Planned & Conditional Reasons Employees Quit. The lesson covers these important objectives:

  • Understand why comparison quitters and pre-planned quitters leave their jobs
  • Recognize the circumstances that may lead to an impulsive quitter leaving their current job
  • Discover how the decision of a conditional quitter may or may not be the result of negative circumstances at work
  • Explore why knowing the reason for an employee quitting can help a business
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