This research extends the dynamic retention model to simulate the
transition to the steady state, providing researchers with the
ability to assess the effects of workforce management policies both
in the steady state and in the transition to the steady state as
well as to assess the effects of alternative implementation
strategies. It helps policymakers better understand workforce
dynamics and how they respond to policy change.
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