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The Employee Retention Practices of MNC`S in Hyderabad

Author Affiliations

  • 1Kakatiya University, Warangal, AP, INDIA

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 2, Issue (4), Pages 21-24, April,6 (2013)


Employee Retention refers to the techniques employed by the management to help the employees stay with the organization for a longer period of time. Employee retention strategies go a long way in motivating the employees so that they stick to the organization for the maximum time and contribute effectively. Sincere efforts must be taken to ensure growth and learning for the employees in their current assignments and for them to enjoy their work. Employee retention has become a major concern for corporates in the current scenario. Individuals once being trained have a tendency to move to other organizations for better prospects. Lucrative salary, comfortable timings, better ambience, growth prospects are some of the factors which prompt an employee to look for a change. Whenever a talented employee expresses his willingness to move on, it is the responsibility of the management and the human resource team to intervene immediately and find out the exact reasons leading to the decision. This paper is focuses on the emerging employee retention practices in Hyderabad MNCs.


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