Irshad, Muhammad
January 2011
Abasyn University Journal of Social Sciences;2011, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p84
Academic Journal
The article describes the relationship between human resource practices and employees retention in a given organization. The research reviews relevant literature to identify elements of HR practices that influence employee retention. Over the past decade, the way in which people are managed and developed at work has come to be recognized as one of the primary factors in achieving improvement in organizational performance.


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