Much has been said about talent in recent years. Sometimes as a synonym for human capital or human resources; other times as a set of almost 'magical' skills that transform those who possess them into elite professionals.
The present study aimed to test a full structural model which assumes employer branding, openness to change supervisor support and job satisfaction as predictors the intention to quit in a sample of IT workers from a big Portuguese company.
Companies' employer branding is of great importance when recruiting and maintaining workers. Nowadays, the IT component of companies is fundamental. As such, maintaining those workers is essential, yet difficult, since the job market is full of opportunities for this type of workers.
IT workers are fundamental to almost all organizations. Yet, the successful retention of IT workers is difficult, since the job market is full of opportunities for this type of workers. The objective of the present study was to test how supervisor support, employer branding, job satisfaction, openness to change predict turnover intention among IT workers from a big Portuguese IT company.