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Employee Retention – A Key Tool for Achieving Competitive Advantage

  title={Employee Retention – A Key Tool for Achieving Competitive Advantage},
  author={Dr. Ajaz Akbar Mir and Umar Mufeed},
The present fast changing economy, increasing cut throat competition, has forced the organizations to be more competitive and effective in order to grow and survive in the long run. The organizations cannot sustain in such fast changing competitive nature of business without realizing the significance and potential of their employees. Human resource is a life blood of an organization and plays a pivotal role in achieving and sustaining competitive advantage. Due to the increased stiff… 
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