Thread Started by #Hemalatha Lakkanna

Hey All,
This is the very first time i am posting a question on citehr :)
Well, i wanted a few suggestions and opinions from HR professionals on this cite regarding the topic " HR interventions in retaining talented employees in the hotel industry".
This is my disseration topic in my MBA curriciulum.
I would really appreciate any comments on this topic and hope to gain support of members on this forum.
Thanks a ton!!!
Regards,
Hemalatha
MBA-HR
Christ University,
Bangalore
5th January 2010 From India, Bangalore
Hi Hema,
I have a suggestion but its not restricted to the Hotel Industry , and in my view it can be effective in most industries , it is the "HR policy" of "job rotation" , as lot of times employees look at a change due slow down / saturation of the learning curve....Once in every couple of years employees must be given the "option"to have a job rotation which would keep the learning curve constant,which would motivate employees and therefore help in retention.For example in the Hotel Industry A Banquet Manager should be given the option of exploring roles in other departments like Restraunt Manager , Event Manager , Wedding Planner/Manager,a role in the training functions or in the sales functions ,etc.....
Hope the above suggestion is of help..
All The Best !
Paul.

5th January 2010 From India, Bangalore
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