“Employees quit bosses and not organisations”
Here's what a cross-section of HR practitioners have to
say
l> Key management positions being given to younger
people has given rise to inexperienced people
managers
2> Don't look at attrition merely as a statistic. Read the
story behind the numbers
3> Identify the underlying issues contributing to
attrition
4> Attrition is not only an HR issue…Sensitize line
managers towards people issues
5> Equip front line and first time managers to manage
talent related issues
6> “There is a strong correlation between employee
attrition and front line management. A good manager
can reduce attrition within his/her team to near-zero
levels if he/she keeps sight of the touch points.”
8th March 2007 From India, Chandigarh

Bob Gately
United States, Chelsea
Owner
Nehabagga
India, Chandigarh
Hr Management

Hello nehabagga: Excellent list. Employers hire for competence and fire for lack of talent. The smarter thing to do is hire for talent and reward job success.
9th March 2007 From United States, Chelsea
 

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