Hello Professionals, Would like to understand What all measures should be useful to retain the staff holding niche IT skills. Post-lock-down relaxation, the spike in voluntary attrition has been observed in many IT organizations, and each organization trying hard to retain the talent pool. The monitory investment seems to be a short-term solution. Kindly advise long-term solutions implemented in your organization and produced fruitful results.

KK!HR
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There are certain common steps in solving the attrition problem in all the industries and it applies to the IT Sector too. Some steps are given below:
Enhance Employee engagement,
Strengthen a work culture of being a caring organisation,
Create a pleasant workspace,
Improve work conditions,
Develop pride in the organisation,
Job enrichment & Job enlargement,
Career oriented promotion policy,
Benefits and perks.
The jobs in IT industry are known to be repetitive with skewed work-life balance. So the job has to be made exciting.

From India, Mumbai
How to control retention, has always been the struggling topic.
Although it is a part of HR responsibility, but unlike other aspects of organisational success, HR has limited role to play in defining employee experience by just taking steps to engage them.
As I gained experience, I understood that having a perfect employee experience is not in the hands of HRs only, the business owners or the decision makers are equally responsible.
What Owners Can Do?
1. Value your employees as customers.
2. Define ownership
3. identify and appreciate the best talents.
4. improving your communication parameters.
What HRs Can Do?
1. Smart Hiring
2. Constant Employee Development.
3. Core Values.
4. Revise perks and benefits.

From India, Noida

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