La retención de empleados eficientes: importancia estratégica de la fidelización de los empleados

Codina, Barragán; Villarreal, José; Jorge Castillo; Rodríguez, Pablo Guerra
September 2009
Revista Daena (International Journal of Good Conscience);2009, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p145
Academic Journal
In just every organization the task for retain excellent employees is a major consuming one. Organization has to come to realize that retain good employees is a strategic task that involves the human appreciation from the higher levels. It is uncommon to know what is the organization that besides attending the basic or fundamental needs, really care for them is aspects such as depression, or if the organization it is able to help the employee to get trough a divorce process. And this is only a few of the reasons the good employees have to justify the leaving the company. This article aims to provide some insights in what the organization has to learn about how to retain excellent workers as a strategic measure to improve productivity.


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