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contributor.authorBehera, N-
contributor.authorSahoo, C K-
contributor.authorSundaray, B K-
date.accessioned2011-04-29T10:08:11Z-
date.available2011-04-29T10:08:11Z-
date.issued2011-04-
identifier.citationNational Conference on "Leveraging HR for Global Competitiveness, ISTD Bhubaneswar Chapter, Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) and Regional College of Management Autonomous (RCMA), Bhubaneswar, 23rd April 2011en
identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2080/1444-
descriptionCopyright belongs to proceeding publisheren
description.abstractOne of the greatest challenges for today’s managers lies in building a workplace that employees want to remain with and outsiders want to be hired into. Therefore, an employer’s foremost responsibility is retention of its best employees and this can be achieved only by keeping the employees satisfied and motivated. This paper helps in identifying the various determinants of job satisfaction and suggests some strategic initiatives which contribute to job satisfaction and ultimately to employee retention. A few models depicting the relationship between job satisfaction and its positive outcomes as well as the outcomes of employee retention have also been proposed based on theoretical review of research studies conducted in the past.en
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language.isoen-
subjectEmployee retentionen
subjectJob satisfactionen
subjectHigh performing employeesen
subjectSatisfaction retention processen
titleRetaining High Performing Employees through Job Satisfaction: A Theoretical Constructen
typeArticleen
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