Saw. Mu. Shamoel Haque


In the context of modern workplace contexts, employee retention is a crucial topic that is explored in this research study. Fostering strong relationships with employees has become essential in firms' quest to keep their competitive advantages. The goal of this study is to identify and evaluate a variety of employee retention tactics that work well in contemporary organizations. This research identifies essential strategies covering professional development, work-life balance, inclusive organizational culture, recognition programs, and flexible benefits through thoroughly examining existing literature and empirical investigation. The results give corporate executives, human resource professionals, and academics useful information that they can use to create complete strategies that will improve employee retention, job satisfaction, and overall organizational performance.


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