You can find the Library's databases on the A-Z databases page.
Databases are grouped into subject areas. The Business will be particularly useful for your study.
Select the Business Source Complete database and try typing in:
("great resignation" OR "voluntary resignation") AND retention
Journal databases use a controlled vocabulary when indexing article records to enable information to be grouped by topic.
By controlling the vocabulary, the database ensures that synonyms and similar phrases are collected under one accepted term.
You can search using a database's vocabulary. When you are in a database there will usually be a hyperlink near the search boxes called thesaurus, subjects, or subject headings.
A proximity search forces a database to find results where one search term appears within a certain number of words of another search term. The proximity operator varies according to the database.
Examples from an EBSCOhost database:
employability N3 higher education (N=near) This will find results where employability is within 3 words of higher education in any order
employability W3 higher education (W=within) This will find results where employability is within 3 words of higher education in the order in which you entered the search terms
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