Anant Singh


An effort by a business to maintain a working environment which supports current staff in remaining with the company. Many employee retention policies are aimed at addressing the various needs of employees to enhance their job satisfaction and reduce the substantial costs involved in hiring and training new staff. The retention of knowledge worker has become extremely critical for the success of a business organization in the present scenario especially in the service sector with lot of people interface. HR department has to play a key role in designing the policies, practices and strategies, which can enable an organization to retain the human resources contributing significantly to the business. The present study examines the phenomenon of Worker Retention in the ITeS sector in the Tri-City of Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula in order to develop appropriate strategies, which can help the organizations in this sector to retain their valuable talent. The major objectives of the research are to study: Worker retention strategies followed in the ITeS industry in the Tri-city of Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula


Worker Retention, ITeS sector, Job satisfaction, Worker attrition

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