Dear All,
I am having a small company or 15 employees and we are fast growing company, but I am facing the issue from last 3-4 months that when we hire youngsters/fresher for job/or 1-3 years experience employees, they are not serious about the job and resign without notice and or suddenly the disappear and after many calls they said I am unable to come, its difficult for us to handing project because of this scenario.
Is there any policy I can apply or clause that put into appointment letter for resignation without notice or resignation in week or two? any suggestion?
Is this problem with the current generation or what I am unable to figure it out.

From India, Ahmadabad
There are many reasons for high attrition rates. There may be problems with teh current generation, but I doubt that is the real reason.
People don't like working for you by the sound of it, so you need to find out why. It could be salary, working conditions, opportunities for advancement, micromanaging, poor management etc etc.
The other major reason for attrition is a poor recruitment and selection process. You may not be hiring the "right" people for your organisation.

From Australia, Melbourne
Hi Trupti,
John in Oz have given very good ideas. Immediately to start with, you can put notice period pay in your policy (for a month or so). If they are leaving without completing exit formalities then hold on to their F&F.
Make sure your to inform new separation policy in your orientation session.
Secondly talk to your ex employees and try to understand why they left the company, pull all the data, discuss with your management and start implementing that as well.

From India, Pune

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