978-613-9-57894-8

Employee Retention with Reference to Supermarkets

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Summary:

Many companies use survey methods to gauge employee’s attitudes and opinions toward the company. These attitudes and opinions are directly related to an employee's engagement within the company. In many instances, employees wait in vain for the survey response and the subsequent employer actions, but the truth is sometimes management does not know what to do with the results. For this reason, we theorize that this type of survey, typically utilizing the Likert-scale, is not adequately assisting management in addressing employee engagement and retention issues. For instance, in many occasions, once the survey results are tabulated, companies are doing little or nothing to address the issues. In fact, far too many companies make the mistake of conducting employee engagement surveys, and then ignore the answers. Thus, we propose that a company should take advantage of the survey results and utilize them to provide data to bridge employees’ needs and goals with stakeholders’ responsibilities and goals by refining and incorporating them into a hierarchical decision model (HDM). Thus, this would essentially be utilizing the quantitative data to determine what to measure qualitatively.

Author:

Himani Mehra

Biographie:

Himani Mehra -Degree in Master of Business Administration,Department of Business Management,Sri Indu P.G. College; affiliated to Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telangana State, India.

Number of Pages:

96

Book language:

English

Published On:

2019-09-19

ISBN:

978-613-9-57894-8

Publishing House:

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Keywords:

shopping, supermarket, employee, Finance, retention

Product category:

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General