Hiten Parekh
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L.Kumar
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PradnyaL
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Pritam Chaudhary
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Hi, Can anyone tell me the various reasons of high attrition rate in service as well as manufacturing sector?
22nd November 2007 From India, Pune
Hello All, I am doing a project on Attrition. Request you to provide inputs.If some one has done a proper GB project on this would be of great help. :) :) :).
13th December 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi Pradnya !
The topic of attrition has been discussed at length many a times in the forums before. You can search for attrition through search query in the site.
However, for your reference, I am attaching one article I read on TVRLS website. I found this article very comprehensive.
- Hiten
16th December 2007 From India, New Delhi

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Hi Pradnya,

I would like to discuss about manufacturing sector.

See, in mfg sector major focus is given on production rather than the efforts. Following are the reasons for high attrition rate in mfg sector -

1. There are two bounderies working in factory, one is white color & other is blue color. There is big gap between these two levels as far as knowledge, skill & attitude.

2. Due to new MNC's arriving in industrial hub like Pune, the culture also changing & becoming like their parent company locations like, UK/USA etc. Now here people would like to balance their personal & work life. If company culture is not supporting to this then there will be definetely high attrition rate.

3. As IT companies are growing faster than mfg sector, talent is moving from mfg sector to service sector. They are basically attracting with the high salaries & extra perks.

4. Mfg sector are mostly investing into the land, machine & other capital assets, so there budget is not allowed them to increase salary base as compare to service sector. So employee are moving from mfg to service sector.

5. Now a days standard of living has been growing very fast, to compare with the same people are seeking for pleasure & extra facilities and ultimately they are attracting towards the higher salaries.

and lastly...

6. Ofcourse work pressure, inadequete services, low increments due to low growth in mfg sector people are moving.

These are my general views. If you want few additional information, pls let me know.

Regards,

Deep.
20th December 2007 From India, Pune
Dear Sender
There are plenty of reasons for attrition
1) Job satisfaction
2) Salary & Perks
3) Work environment
4) Co-workers relation/treatment
5) Pressure of work
6)Family situation
7)Health condition
8) Geographical location
9) competency
and still go on--and this has already been discussed, we do not want to again discuss on the same topic
L.Kumar
20th December 2007 From India, Madras
Hi, This is Shweta.I wouldlik to know about the high attrition rate in service sector and wht r the reasons for the same.
16th September 2008 From India, Pune
I.T AND ITS CONTRIBUTION IN EMPLOYEE REDUCTION IN FINANCIAL SECTOR Hallo to you all Am doing the above research in hr please i need your assistance and contribution in it. please help GOD BLESS
6th September 2010 From Kenya, Nairobi
Hi All,
To my personla experience the things which motivate you to move out are :
Money,
Irritating Boss,
Relocation to known place,
Work(product/shift/process)
Friends high packages,
Branded companies,
International tours.
Regards
Yugandhar
Corp sales Exe
NAukri.com.
9000977024
12th November 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
The manufacturing sector is facing an Attrition Rate of 20%
Pay is comparatively low in manufacturing firms and career growth is slower than in other sectors.Lack of appreciation
Employees are not happy with job profiles due to less business development, less opportunity assessment, less corporate development and no new technology.
Lack of trust,support and motivation from co-workers,seniors and management.
Job or work place is not what is expected
Stress from overwork and work life imbalance
12th November 2010 From India, New Delhi
Well Guys, Actually in the most of the survey, it found that most of the employee leave their company due to attitude/behaviour of his direct boss. It is face because I have done some survey on employee engagement & on attrition. After that others factors come like environment, salary, job satisfaction, job descriptions, appraisal, promotions etc.
For futher communication you can directly send the message pritam.sorout@gmail.com
4th August 2015 From India, undefined
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