Attrition Fact 21/10/2013 2

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Attrition reports generally have Salary as the main reason why employees leave Organisations. However our studies tell us that Salary doesn’t feature among the top 5 reasons why employees leave Organisations. So what is the disconnect ? When exit interviews are done internally employees tend to be discreet about the actual reason for leaving and in most cases are more comfortable stating uncontrollable factors. Organisations on the other hand prefer

Attrition Fact 08/10/2013 2

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Common sense will tell you that the employees in any organisation are the biggest and possibly the best source to attract talent . However, we continuously hear of the internal employee referral programs don’t work. So why do most employee referral programs fail ? While i could list a few , the biggest reason almost always boils down to lack of rigor & discipline in rolling out the program. Most

“Mail me” or “Call me”… What are you? 3

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There are hundreds of attributes to profile a personality especially at the workplace. There are as many profiling methods as the different types of personality profiles. Many organizations spend an enormous amount of time and resources to psychologically profile employees to better understand their alignment of the profile to the role, business goals and as a valuable input to identify what will and will not motivate an individual or the

Attrition Fact – 30/09/2013 1

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Advantages of Outsourcing Exit interviews on Google throws up around 43,000 results in 0.34 seconds. I Am glad that I’m not the only one 🙂 Let me list them a few of them : Companies should know the real reason why employees leave. Period.Without this it becomes very difficult to take any decision to address employee attrition. Employees tend to be more open an honest to a third party since

Why good employees leave ? 1

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I saw this on one of my friend’s Facebook wall. I cant agree more apart from it being called a ‘surprising finding’. The challenge is that employees don’t say this at the time of their internal exit interviews as most of them don’t want to burn bridges and hence Organisations never really know the right reason. Time to look beyond the current methods ?

Attrition: The ticking time bomb in Industry 2

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An article that featured in the Economic Times today Attrition is a complex, cultural and leadership challenge with no easy answers. In 2012, according to HR consultant Towers Watson, Attrition in India was 17%, higher than the 11.2% salary rise. At this level of Attrition, an organisation in 2020 will have only 22% of the employees it had in 2012. The salary rise in 2013 is expected to be 12.4%;

Oh No , Not again !! 1

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I just read this article that was featured in DNA a few weeks back. Titled “To deal with attrition, companies extending notice period” it spoke about how Organisations IT-ITeS firms are increasingly extending notice periods from one to three months to dissuade poaching of staff. In order to safeguard their business interests, companies in the IT-ITeS sector are increasingly introducing longer notice periods for employees leaving their fold. My first

First minutes are critical in new-employee orientation 4

A brilliant article published in the Harvard Business Review The first few minutes of new employee orientation, if done right, can lead to happier and more productive workers and, ultimately, increased customer satisfaction. Unfortunately, a lot of companies do it wrong. In many firms, employee orientation focuses solely on corporate culture and identity of the new workplace. There’s a lecture about the firm’s history and another about standard operating procedures.

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