Mitigating factor analysis includes pertinence of program delivery mode, course design, enrollment number, number of students attending at end of the first year, undergraduate grade point average at time of dropout or completion, admission requirement criteria if any/test scores and number of sections to degree completion or number of courses completed at time of dropout.
A major concern for most of the organisations these days is to retain its talented employees. more A major concern for most of the organisations these days is to retain its talented employees.
It’s the major problem which highlights in all the organizations.
Though the term ‘ATTRITION’ is common, many would be at a loss to define what actually Attrition...
The study identified 3 factors influencing employee attrition in Amara Raja Batteries Limited, Tirupati (AP).
This study evaluates hidden crisis of attrition prevalent amongst students and programs with descriptive interpretation for solving social isolation.In competitive market for skilled employees, it has become increasingly important for organizations to implement strategies that establish and maintain a brand as an ‘employer of choice’. more In competitive market for skilled employees, it has become increasingly important for organizations toimplement strategies that establish and maintain a brand as an ‘employer of choice’.This study aims toinvestigate how national cultural context influences perceptions of potential employees about employerattractiveness.It also can develop working conditions that are excellent for employees as well as for the economic health of the organization.Quality of Work Life has direct impact on human outcomes and it significantly needed to reduce absenteeism, minor accidents, and grievances and quits.A binary logistic regression analysis is proposed and performed to predict the probability of a student dropping out.A principal component factor analysis with descriptive analysis was performed on the twelve (12) questionnaire items used for data analysis.The study findings demonstrate how the Saudi national cultural context influences theperceptions of potential Saudi employees, and contributes to the literature in two ways: firstly, by demonstratingthe need to extend the employer attractiveness framework developed by Berthon, Ewing and Hah (2005) toinclude dimensions relevant to national cultural context; and secondly, by highlighting the need to giveconsideration when measuring employer attractiveness to the relative level of importance of each aspect ofemployer attractiveness in the light of any specific national cultural context.Attrition is a critical issue and pretty high in the industry these days.The present study covered at addressing socio demographic factors with employee attrition factors for employee.Data has been collected through a well structured questionnaire survey.