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Identifying the Important Factors Influencing the Implementation of Succession Planning

  title={Identifying the Important Factors Influencing the Implementation of Succession Planning},
  author={Shadi Ebrahimi Mehrabani and Noor Azmi bin Mohamad}
There are many factors which cause instability in an organization’s workforce. Some of these factors are illness, retirement, attrition or finding better jobs. Considering this unstable environment and in order to create stability for the future of the organization, they need to hire capable people for key positions. One of the important tools for attracting, developing, and retaining the talent in the workforce is succession planning. There are many factors influencing the implementation of an… 

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