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Employee Retention Strategies – An Empirical Research

  title={Employee Retention Strategies – An Empirical Research},
  author={Balaji Mathimaran and Anand Kumar},
Human resources are the livelihood of all types of an organization. Even though all types of the organizations are now a days, found to be technology driven, yet human resources are required to run the technology. With all round development in each and every area of the economy, there is stiff competition in the market. With this development and competition, there are lots and lots of avenues and opportunities available in the hands of the human resources. The biggest challenge that… Expand

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