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A Study on Impact of Talents Management Practices on Employee Retention in the Modern Management Era: A Case Study of it Companies in Chennai

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Talent Management refers to all the integrated processes we employ to attract, compensate, create, and recompense individuals. Before delving into the methods of talent management, it is critical to recognize that ability' is everywhere in today's enterprises. Employee retention is essential in organizations. In an IT company, talent management refers to managing an organization's staff strength, skill level, and potential. The study's primary goal is to examine the influence of job skills and employee engagement on staff retention in a sample of IT businesses in Chennai. The Cronbach alpha was used to test the dependability and uniqueness of the investigation strategy and its components. The researcher investigated talent management techniques in several dimensions in this study. In addition, the study looked at how talent management techniques aid in the retention of personnel in the information technology sector.. According to the current study's findings, it is discovered through the association examination that at whatever point educational qualification, monthly income, insight in the organization, and working hours out of each day improves their skills, their abilities planning also significantly increases. Furthermore, as people become older, their talents and planning abilities deteriorate. According to the study's findings, male respondents have a high degree of satisfaction with their jobs.So, IT businesses should determine whether the issue requires training programs, assistance, or comfort time, and then take the required measures to correct the situation. With expanding competitiveness, a lack of capacity, globalization, and a consistent requirement to direct capacity, the augmentation for capacity examination board practice is becoming increasingly important.
Keywords: Talent Management, Modern management, Information technology, Employee retention. 

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05 Aug 2023
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