redefining careers in india

Gulati, Richa; Krishna, Shatrunjay
December 2011
Human Capital;Dec2011, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p42
The article focuses on the high rate of attrition of employees in companies in India due to the lack of career advancement opportunities. It discusses the mismatch between career aspirations of employees and available opportunities, changes in the workforce demographics, and employees' opinions of their career needs. It states that employees feel job-hopping as a means for career advancement, and investigates the overemphasis put by employees on managerial career paths in companies.


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