Innovation and Staff Turnover in the Food Industry in Sergipe

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Bruno Ramos Eloy
Cleide Ane Barbosa da Cruz
Laudiceia Normando de Souza
João Antonio Belmino dos Santos
Ana Eleonora Almeida Paixão

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The high rate of staff turnover has caused concern in the industrial sector, not only for the loss of labor, but also because it directly implies the capacity for innovation, which is essential for the development of companies in a globalized market. Therefore, the objective of this work was to study the relationship between human resource turnover, known as Turnover, and innovation in the Sergipe food industry. A documentary search was carried out in the RAIS, CAGED databases to verify the turnover rate of the industries and a mapping of the patent deposits in the databases of the National Institute of Industrial Property, European Patent Office and World Intellectual Property Organization. When analyzing the average remuneration of the workers, it is noticed that the mineral extractive sector has the highest average remuneration of the state, so it was made the comparison with the food sector, when calculating the turnover rate of both sectors, it was verified that the food industry has a higher than extractive turnover rate. In addition, the Mineral Extractive Industry has a greater number of patent deposits compared to the Food Industry. In this way, it is understood that there is a relation between the turnover rate and the innovation of the sectors, since the Mining Extractive Industry, since it is a sector with higher qualified personnel and with a lower turnover rate, presented a larger quantity of patent deposits in comparison with the Food Industry which presented a higher rate of turnover.

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Ramos Eloy, B., Barbosa da Cruz, C. A., Normando de Souza, L., Belmino dos Santos, J. A. ., & Almeida Paixão, A. E. . (2020). Innovation and Staff Turnover in the Food Industry in Sergipe. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 8(5), 283-295. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss5.2344
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Bruno Ramos Eloy, Federal University of Sergipe

PhD student in Intellectual Property Science - Federal University of Sergipe

Cleide Ane Barbosa da Cruz, Federal University of Sergipe

PhD student in Intellectual Property Science - Federal University of Sergipe.

Laudiceia Normando de Souza, Federal University of Sergipe

PhD student in Intellectual Property Science - Federal University of Sergipe

João Antonio Belmino dos Santos, Federal University of Sergipe

Professor of the Graduate Program in Intellectual Property Science - Federal University of Sergipe

Ana Eleonora Almeida Paixão, Federal University of Sergipe

Professor of the Graduate Program in Intellectual Property Science - Federal University of Sergipe.

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