Turnover Intentions of Indian IT Employees ? An Evaluation of Personal FactorsJournal: International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research (IJHRMR) (Vol.4, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2014-02-01
Authors : Godina Krishna Mohan;
Page : 15-20
Keywords : Talent Acquisition; Turnover; Job Satisfaction; Organizational Commitment; Work Life Balance;
Employees’ turnover in Indian Information Technology Industry is threatening the talent acquisition and retention and posing challenge to the industry. Liberalization and globalization improved opportunities for the talented educated youth and are uncompromised in the job. Mobility factor has been weakened among the educated youth and ready to work anywhere in the world. All these factors are contributing for higher turnover especially in the IT sector. Many of the researchers’ undertaken studies on employee turnover gave alarming signals to the human resources experts and suggested measures to arrest turnover. But still turnover levels have not reached the comfortable levels due to various reasons may be which are beyond the control of human resource experts. The study proposes to understand the relationship of personal factors and employee turnover intentions. The relationship of Age, gender, marital status, job satisfaction, Organization commitment and work life balance of the employees with employee turnover is assessed and made an attempt to add value addition to the body of knowledge.
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