Literature Review Of Employee Retention Essays and Term Papers

  • A Study on Causes of Attrition

    A STUDY ON CAUSES OF ATTRITION & METHODS OF EMPLOYEE RETENTION [pic] Presented By: Akhilesh Dubey Assistant Professor- HR Indore Indira Institute of Business Management, Indore, India Mobile No.: 9981999997, Email Id: akhileshdubey@indoreindira.com Biographical...

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  • Rett

    1 Employee Retention Through Job Satisfaction Paul L. Gerhardt, Jr. NEED FOR THE STUDY Employers have a need to keep employees from leaving and going to work for other companies. This is true because of the great costs associated with hiring and retraining new employees. The best way to retain employees...

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  • Employee Retention Research and Methodologies

    Literature review Guidance on retaining employees with a disability Executive Summary The purpose of this literature review is to summarise the evidence from research and good practice guidance that will assist employers in retaining employees who acquire a disability. This literature review is a...

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  • case study 4 ford

    Bhatnagar, J. (2007). Talent management strategy of employee engagement in Indian ITES employees: key to retention. Employee relations, 29(6), 640-663. The purpose of this paper is to investigate talent management and its relationship to levels of employee engagement using a mixed method research design...

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  • Employee Retention

    Employee Retention Executive Leadership BY: Michael D. Jackson Assistant Fire Chief Department of the Air Force Mercury NV An applied research paper submitted to the National Fire Academy as part of the Executive Fire Officer Program March 19992 ABSTRACT ...

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  • Employee Turnover and Job Satisfaction

    Minimizing Employee Turnover in a Clinical Environment by Creating Job Satisfaction Allison Johnson Cornerstone University Abstract A collection of peer-reviewed articles were used to examine the link between job satisfaction and employee turnover...

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  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE RETENTION OF IT PROFESSIONALS IN VIETNAM SOFTWARE INDUSTRY

     MANAGING CULTURAL DIVERSITY Assignment –HCMC Vietnam April 2013 FACTORS AFFECTING THE RETENTION OF IT PROFESSIONALS IN VIETNAM SOFTWARE INDUSTRY Introduction/short description/background When the economy is gradually recovering from the downturn in the beginning of the year 2013, the IT businesses...

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  • Turnover of Nurses

    and retention of midwives and consultants: a literature review Jie Shen*, Annette Cox† and Anne McBride† *University of South Australia, Division of Business and Enterprise; † Manchester School of Management, UMIST This study is a review of literature on the factors affecting the retention and turnover...

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  • Research Methods and Sampling Design

    A defines the problem as employee retention. Employee retention denotes numerous practices and policies that allow the employees to remain with an organization for an extended time frame. Every organization devotes a certain amount of money and time to train a new employee, groom him/her as a company...

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  • Research Proposal

    Executive Summary Employee Retention is the biggest challenge that the Disability Determination Services is facing today. The uncertainty of a changing economy has DDS wanting to adhere to its mission to improve the quality of life for Texans with disabilities that apply for or receive Social Security...

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  • Thesis

    FACTORS AFFECTING EMPLOYEES RETENTION: EVIDENCE FROM LITERATURE Muhammad Irshad 1 Fahad Afridi2 Abstract The article describes the relationship between human resource practices and employees retention in a given organization. The research reviews relevant literature to identify elements of HR practices...

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  • Meditation

    HRD Approaches for talent retention in the IT-BPO sector, a case for IT Professionals By NEETESH SINGH UJOODHA MBA GENERAL UNIVERSITY OF MAURITIUS Submitted to the faculty of Law and Management in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the completion of an MBA GENERAL September 2009 i ...

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  • Adsdfsd

    International Journal of Human Resource Studies ISSN 2162-3058 2011, Vol. 2, No. 1 The Mediating Effect of HRM Outcomes (employee retention) on the Relationship between HRM Practices and Organizational Performance Fathi Mohamed Abduljlil ALDamoe College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Malaysia...

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  • Importance And Challenges Faced In Employees’ Retention In Five Food Path Pte Ltd In Singapore

    ensure that there are able to have employee retention. Not only does it affect the productivity of the organisation, high employee turnover rates can also tell stakeholder about the reputation of the organisation. In this literature review, the need for employee retention and the importance of it especially...

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  • Literature Review

    Literature Review Introduction I will present some relevant theories to concern the two research questions in my research proposal. For the first question “what can motivate a high skilled employee in a small and medium sized-company in China?’,the basic theories for the motivation will be presented...

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  • human resource management

    small business employers in Tescoexceed the range of good practice strategies recommended in the literature.The report provides descriptions of those retention strategies and the checklist of over fifty practical strategies set out in section five will be of interest to all employers in small business in...

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  • Employee Retention

    Characteristics................................................................................................ 11 V. Best Practices in Retention: a Review of the Literature................................................... 12 1. Compensation and Benefits..................................................

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  • Dissertation on Employee Retention Techniques

    EMPLOYEE RETENSION AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT A CASE STUDY OF ICELAND UNITED KINGDOM, ENGLAND, LONDON (STORES: LAYTONSTONE & GANTS HILL). By MBA STUDENT ADNAN USMAN STUDENT NUMBER: 109811 A DISSERTATION PRESENTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE MASTER OF BUSINESS...

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  • Critical Literature Riview

    Session 3 Case study: A Student’s Literature Review Topic: Analysis on Importance and Effectiveness of Talent Retention Methods in Singapore Objectives: * To investigate the reasons why employees want to leave their original companies. * To investigate the reasons why certain employees...

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  • Research Project

    Shree Raojibhai Gokulbhai Patel GUJARATI PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTE INDORE [pic] SYNOPSIS on “A Study on Employee Loyalty in TATA Motors” A Synopsis of major project report submitted in Partial Fulfillment of award of MBA Degree PROJECT GUIDE: PROF. SAPAN JAIN 0 SUBMITTED BY: SONAL...

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