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The Dilemma Of Retention In The Context Of Rapidly Growing Economies Based On The Effectiveness Of Hrm Policies: A Case Study Of Qatar

A. Qayed Al-Emadi, C. Schwabenland, B. Czarnecka
2015 Zenodo  
In 2009, the new HRM policy was implemented in Qatar for public sector organisations.  ...  The purpose of this research is to examine how Qatar's 2009 HRM policy was significant in influencing employee retention in public organisations.  ...  effect on employee retention than in the public sector.  H4: The impact of the selected HRM practices in the HRM policy in the semi-private sector is likely to have the more positive effect on job satisfaction  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1110448 fatcat:porspvpac5eppo3xci5jmlxjw4

The impact of human resource practices on employee retention: A study of three private higher educational institutions in the United Arab Emirates

Sami Alajlani, Lawal O. Yesufu
2022 South African Journal of Human Resource Management  
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between various HR practices and employee retention in an organisation.  ...  Motivation for the study: The limited research was conducted on employee retention in higher education despite the fundamental role that higher education institutions play in driving innovation, developing  ...  Kumudha and Harsha (2016) in their study on the relationship between HR practices and employee retention in a private hospital in the UAE found that the lack of organisational commitment impacts employees  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajhrm.v20i0.1823 fatcat:p7xgqxgogvdvbewjlbgmpuowdy

Human Resource Management in Health Care Industries for Generation Y: Challenges of the 21st Century

Md Mahamudul Hassan, Mohammad Nurul Alam, Nadine Campbell, Dorothea Bowyer, Md Reaz
2022 Australasian Accounting, Business and Finance Journal  
The purpose of this study was to determine the impacts of management initiatives and soft HRM on Generation Y (Gen Y) employee retention to combat the massive losses due to Gen Y's high turnover rates.  ...  The findings show the significant positive effects of management initiatives and soft HRM on Gen Y employees' retention.  ...  Finally, the study concluded that all stakeholders in the Bangladeshi private health sector should consider the importance of retention factors when designing or reviewing retention strategies and policies  ... 
doi:10.14453/aabfj.v16i1.3 fatcat:n2jfk5ldoncqxk7po6c2afdike

Employee retention strategies in IT sector – a perceptual survey

2021 Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government  
significant impact on Employee Retention in the IT sector.  ...  This study has been conducted to examine Employee Retention Strategy used in the IT sector to retain their employees.  ...  The major contribution of this study is the examination of Employee Retention Strategy in the IT sector.  ... 
doi:10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.151 fatcat:tbn36c2cnraltlidgauvitckoi

Factors Driving Changes To Remuneration Policy And Outcomes

Mark Bussin, Deon Huysamen
2004 South African Journal of Human Resource Management  
A strong correlation was found between the extent of change in Remuneration policy and impact on the organisation.  ...  The aim of this study was to develop an in-depth understanding of the relative importance of the factors driving change to remuneration policy decision making and the impact on organisations.  ...  The greatest positive impact in the private sector in order of strength for the top 5 was in the following areas: Total package policy Merit/Performance related pay policy Retention strategy policy Short  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajhrm.v2i2.40 fatcat:ihxkaa3lxbbglk2bafvwxcjyhi

Factors Determining Employee Retention: A Study in Banks

Biju Roy
2018 International Journal of Management Studies  
At the same time, when it is determined for both types of banks (Public as well as Private Sector Banks), it is found that training has a significant impact on employee retention.  ...  The study has found that training has significant relationship with employee retention in case of Public sector Banks compared to Private Sector Banks.  ...  Ahmad (2014) 14 in his paper "Impact of Training on Employee Retention" identified that there is a significant impact of training on employees" retention.  ... 
doi:10.18843/ijms/v5is2/13 fatcat:3fvdktolc5hfde6og4xmq6rjxm

Exploring Talent Management Trends in Organisations Worldwide, A Systematic Literature Review

Sheetal Rampal et al., Sheetal Rampal et al.,, TJPRC
2020 International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development  
It further tries to get an insight into different practices being adopted by the organisations in many sectors and their impact on the employees through the study of the researches being done by various  ...  It remains a challenge for these organisations to think of the various practices which can enable the retention of their talented workforce and actively contribute in the success of the organisations.  ...  Obeidet et al [43] did a survey in the private hospitals in Jordan to study the effectof implementing the practices of talent management on the organisational effectiveness.  ... 
doi:10.24247/ijmperdjun2020683 fatcat:h2reqykylnbf7nptmtmboqqbvi

Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Employee Attraction and Retention in Medium Scale Enterprises in South-West, Nigeria

Philip Oluwole Ogunleye, Rotimi Ayodele Gbadeyan, Issa Abdulraheem
2020 The International Journal of Business & Management  
Results indicate that working condition and labour policy CSR have the highest influence on employee attraction and retention, whereas employee relation CSR has a less impact on employee attraction and  ...  On the other hand, Asongu (2007) points out that too often businesses focus on their products, while neglecting the social impact of their activities.  ... 
doi:10.24940/theijbm/2020/v8/i3/bm2003-065 fatcat:zpen5ul4cbbrlcimsjlute2usy

Improving Productivity Through Enhancing Employee Wellbeing and Participation

Ray Markey, Candice Harris, Felicity Lamm, Stefan Kesting, Katherine Ravenswood, Gay Simpkin, David Williamson
1970 Labour Employment and Work in New Zealand  
This paper employs a multi-dimensional theoretical framework and will assess the significance of the issues examined: analyse the impact of employment practices and quality of the work environment on productivity  ...  It will define and discuss the often contentious terms of productivity, wellbeing and participation and how employee participation and wellbeing and the work environment impact on productivity.  ...  A total of 24 organisational case studies will be conducted: 12 each in New Zealand and Denmark and where possible one large and one medium sized organisation will be studied within each industry.  ... 
doi:10.26686/lew.v0i0.1666 fatcat:ke2dadnkwvfmrf3bj3l25eld3m

Comparing the impact of leader–member exchange, psychological empowerment and affective commitment upon Australian public and private sector nurses: implications for retention

Yvonne Brunetto, Kate Shacklock, Timothy Bartram, Sandra G. Leggat, Rod Farr-Wharton, Pauline Stanton, Gian Casimir
2012 International Journal of Human Resource Management  
Comparing the impact of leader-member exchange, psychological empowerment and affective commitment upon Australian public and private sector nurses: Implications for retention  ...  The findings show that the quality of leader-member exchange is more important in public sector nursing contexts than in the private sector with regard to the relationship between empowerment and affective  ...  impacts on the retention of nurses in both public and private hospitals.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09585192.2011.616524 fatcat:xww3ufg46ff7dm74fvsisrjdhi

Human Resource Retention Practices From The Faculty's Perspective: Case for a Private University In Bangladesh

A. Ashraf Mohammad, Mohd. H. R. Joarder
2010 International Journal of Management Studies  
Employee retention is thus being considered as one of the core challenges faced by many organisations especially in the private sector of the economy.  ...  In this research, a conceptual model was developed and applied in the context of the faculty retention policy of a private university in Bangladesh.  ...  number of universities in the private sector (Ashraf, 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.32890/ijms.17.2.2010.10004 fatcat:dcokyjhbrzh6xgjboijk5c6q64

To have and to hold: modelling the drivers of employee turnover and skill retention in Australian organisations

Andrew Smith, Edward Oczkowski, Chris Selby Smith
2011 International Journal of Human Resource Management  
The paper examines the determinants of employee turnover and long-term skill retention in Australian organisations.  ...  To have and to hold: Modelling the organisational drivers of employee turnover and skill retention Smith, A.  ...  Contributors: Andrew Smith is Professor of Management  ... 
doi:10.1080/09585192.2011.540162 fatcat:exif2izrlbhuphcofjbqeopjmu

Factors of employee retention in IT industry

2021 Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government  
Organisations spend a lot of resources for training talented employees and making them worthy, retention of such employees is a crucial task for an organisation.  ...  The implications of the study are also examined. The study focuses to help the organizations to determine the retention strategies for the maintenance of employees.  ...  The result shows that the employees in both public and private sector organisations were to a very large extent influenced to stay in their respective organisations by a combination of intrinsic and extrinsic  ... 
doi:10.47750/cibg.2020.26.02.065 fatcat:5ojc6t3rqvdudk5hcu4zf3ljhq

Enhancing Employee Performance in the Water Sector in South Africa: The Role of Training and Skill Development Programmes

Richard Kwame Adom, Mulala Danny Simatele
2022 International journal of research and review  
Based on these challenges, this paper employed the purposive sampling technique to draw a sample of 100 out of a total of 300 employees from the water sector in four provinces to analysed whether training  ...  The findings revealed that training and development is not a priority in the sector, and that there are no strategic planning or policy guidelines for staff development.  ...  Post-independence in 1994, numerous studies and reports have analysed the impact of training and development on employees' performance in South Africa's public sector, including the water sector.  ... 
doi:10.52403/ijrr.20220749 fatcat:4wkj7dnl4jflxj7mf2qgdzj2ne


Sulbha Waghmare, Vijaykumar Dhole
2017 International Journal of Advanced Research  
employees in the private and public sector.  ...  the employees in the production unit of Dalmia cements, Ariyalur, Tamilnadu with a sample size of 120 employees.  ... 
doi:10.21474/ijar01/4252 fatcat:cieqanxqsjh2pm5wnaq2jahmdu
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