Hi - the work profile of a recruitment consultant is essentially very limited, which could be a possible reason for employees to hop jobs frequently. MBA -HR's are aware of the general HR profile, hence have different expectations regarding the same. It might prove to be helpful if you can discuss the job profile in detail during the interview itself, gauge expectation levels and career aspirations of the candidate. It might turn out that he/she has a long term plan of going into Corporate HR, and in this case it would not be advisable to recruit this person.You might find that if you take in graduates, they tend to stick around longer, as they do not have any pre-conceived notions about the work, and hence would be more open towards accepting the same.

From India, Calcutta
I think u should sit & analyse.. employee’s give different reason’s/excuses while quitting.
From India, Bangalore
Try to know about their interest out of the profile assigned to them. Motivate them, may be in the initial stage salary may not be a constraint.
Have frequent meeting and interaction with them, take their suggestion also don't ignore them as they are freshers.
But if you are going for one year bond, the condition will be still worse.

From India, Hosur
Perfectly said People leave their immediate Senior .
IF many employees are leaving frequently ,
Then there is surely something wrong with the immediate HR or the supervisor.
Try changing him/Her!!
Moto1350 Well said!!!

From India, Madras
Dear Perfect 11,
I think mamta is rite..the main reason is for leaving job is ' pressure to reach the target'..i can say it confidentaly because I m working in a consultancy..and dat is most suitable reason.......wat i and my colleague feel

From India, Delhi

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