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Emerging HR Challenges (Literature Review on Employee Retention)


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1 UTU Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
2 College of Engineering Roorkee SM, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
     

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Emerging HR challenges or comprised of different organizational factors relating to employee retention has become a biggest challenge in today’s business world. As the job, market is wider and more offerings are attracted. Keeping in mind sensitivity of staffing we have identified various reviews that would help us to find out the relevant variables affecting employee retention. Current paper analyzes different literature based on secondary data to identify the gap. The objectives set for this paper is to investigate the factors affecting employee retention and to evaluate the factors affecting job satisfaction.

Keywords

HR Challenges, Employee Retention, Satisfaction.
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Authors

Chhavi Krishna
UTU Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
Veeralakshmi
College of Engineering Roorkee SM, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Rajesh Upadhyay
College of Engineering Roorkee SM, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India

Abstract


Emerging HR challenges or comprised of different organizational factors relating to employee retention has become a biggest challenge in today’s business world. As the job, market is wider and more offerings are attracted. Keeping in mind sensitivity of staffing we have identified various reviews that would help us to find out the relevant variables affecting employee retention. Current paper analyzes different literature based on secondary data to identify the gap. The objectives set for this paper is to investigate the factors affecting employee retention and to evaluate the factors affecting job satisfaction.

Keywords


HR Challenges, Employee Retention, Satisfaction.

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