V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Rajesh Kumar Dubey
Manager - Hr

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Dear sir I’m studying in msw HR This project topic retention strategies. How to get the resources proposal
From India, Chennai
During my association with Cite HR , I have found some details from group members , U can find and start from below as under :

Analysis & Report can be done under following heading:

1. Employee exits for the last five years

2. % of manpower attrition per annum for the last five years

3. department-wise break up of employee exits

4. Employee exits as per the quarter of financial year

5. Break up of manpower attrition between managers and non-managers

6. Gender-wise break up of manpower attrition per annum

7. Qualification-wise break up of manpower attrition per annum

8. Cost of manpower attrition per annum against total HR budget (provided the records are maintained. Many organizations do not measure it at all

9. Average length of stay per employee per annum for the last five years

% of terminations on disciplinary grounds against total exits per annum

% of employees abandoned their employment against total exits per annum

Top three reasons quoted by employees for their exit in the exit interview

% of employees put up resignation but later withdrew after counselling against total exits

Total recruitment cost per annum against total HR budget

From India
Hi Saravanan,
Please try Cite HR archives.
Type “Employee retention strategies” inside the box WHAT DO YOU NEED
that you find in the title bar right above.
After typing in the box, press the 'research' button next to it.
You will get lot of information.
You can also refer "Related Information" and 'Download Thread'
that you find in the right side of this message.
Repeat the process for ‘..Attrition..’ or any other topic of your choice.
V.Raghunathan

From India
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