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We notice the situation that when applicants are qualified and have the willingness to seek a job, the appraises of employees already in the company will have a large impact on applicants’ decisions of whether to become a member of this company or not. We believe that positive appraises will encourage the applicants to enter while negative appraises will discourage applicants. On the basis of this fact, in this paper we propose a compartmental model including the applicants population, the employed population and the resignation population. Several differential equations are set up and disease-free equilibrium is calculated. After the calculation of R_0, we complete sensitivity analysis which leads to the conclusion. The conclusion suggests that either decreasing the progression rate from applicants to employees who have negative appraises or increasing the progression rate from employees with negative appraises to employees with positive appraises can decrease the population of negative states.
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