Employee Retention – Challenges and Realities Faced by Corporates for New Recruits as well as Existing Employees
Identifying and nurturing employee’s talents and
providing them the right opportunity to grow in the
organization according to their skills, competencies, and
wants will not only reduce attrition of the existing
employees but also provide a congenial atmosphere for
the new recruits to adapt to the changed scenario and
settle-down faster.It will helps them in understanding
and addressing the organization’s goal and linking the
same to individual achievements. The study reveals how
identifying employee needs and providing them the right
place in the organization to grow reduces the existing
employees’ attrition and provide the new recruits a better
acceptance and support in the organization.
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