TITLE

Employer and Employee Perception on Job Attrition in IT Industry: A Gap Analysis

AUTHOR(S)
Mathi, K. Malar; Malathi, G
PUB. DATE
March 2013
SOURCE
International Journal of Exclusive Management Research;Mar2013, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Now a days IT industry facing a problem of high staff attrition, so the researcher interested to analyze the problem .So the project titled "Employer and Employee Perception on Job Attrition in IT Industry: Gap Analysis on contributing Factors of attrition in IT Industry" was undertaken. The Study was made only to the staffs working in IT companies in Chennai. The research methodology was descriptive research and convenient sample is taken for analyzing. The sample size for this study was 500 employees and 50 employers. The samples were collected through questionnaire with open ended questions. The tools used for analyzing the data's were Mann-Whitney U Test. The major findings from the analysis are the opinion of employer and employee are differs in following aspects with respect to job attrition. Those issues are Non-motivational issue, Work stress, Non-adjustability and No Freedom to upgrade, career hurdle, recognization and job imparity. So, the research is concluded that the management should consider the above causes, in order to reduce employee attrition. Management should implement some new activities and innovative HR practices in order to solve employee issues, which will be beneficial for the management to reduce attrition and increase employee attitude and to sustain in the organization.
ACCESSION #
88016226

 

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