Agreed that this is a problem. Gone are the days when employees and (if I may say, employers) value the "loyalty" factor - to day it is money....people change jobs over a few thousand rupees just across a lunch table...
While we we many interesting suggestions coming up, I belive attempts to address "attitudes" issues through soft skills more so, at the induction time, could be tried out. All technocrats or IT specialists need not necessarily be good "managers" with "ability to address human relations issues" whereas, their job demands such skills. If people are hired based only on their "technical" skills and the "human relations" skill is not upto the mark, we face problems of day to day conflicts. I agree that a certain percentage of attrition may be because people are leaving bosses and not organizations!

From India, Delhi
Hai deepak this is nithya, iam working as a assistant HR Manager in a software company, can you suggest me some new ideas to keep our employees with satisfaction, apart from salary.
From India, Madras
When s/he feels comfortable in his/her work, its more than any other monetary, fringe benefit to an employee. Comfort in the sense pleasant physical and stress free work environment :). Regards Hari
From India, Hyderabad
Hi All, Thanks for your valuable suggestions however i also feel that the management must concentrate more on employee engagement and build a trust and positive approach towards the employees.
From India, Madras
chum
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hmmmm....my view is, instead of doin exit interview, we cud do exist interview. Hope this vl giv the real picture, we wud get to knw wat they really need, n this vl create an ideal path to retain ppl.....
More views plz......

From India, Mangaluru
Hi Ajithaa,
I have another idea with me. To Retain an Employee he has to be given constructive stress. I name the following as constructive stress:-
1. Music at Office.
2. Encourage them in book reading habits.
3. Provide them a Musical Concert occasionally in one evening.
Regards
Vimal. D
9902832605

From India, Bangalore

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