Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Akhileshsingh Thakur,Karanjeet Kaur Gill, Shreyasharma, Utkarsh Shrivastva, SunainaShukla
The present study aims to point out the results of review of literature associated with Employee retention practices in India within the last five years (2012-2022). the tactic wont to obtain literature was mainly supported electronic search using Google Scholar and J-Gate plus, with key words such as: Employee Retention, turnover rate, Employee Attrition and Retention, Employees intention to go away organisations, the inclusion criteria like Only Empirical studies done on Indian Manufacturing organisations, Published between 2012 and 2022. Studies from different authors and journals were evaluated. The findings of the study suggest the different variables practiced by different organisations to Retain employees within the organisation. The results of the study will allow researchers to raised understand the main Employees retention practices, which may be studied how each variable effective or ineffective in Retaining Employees. This study makes three important contributions to literature of Employees Retention. First during this study all the parameters related to Employee Retention were checked. Second, this study analyses the enormity of turnover rate, and third, provides suggestions to organisations to enhance a number of its strategic features to regulate turnover rate.
Employee Retention; Employee Turnover; Attrition and Retention.
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