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Attrition Management – Explained though Case studies(Case Study 3)

Case Study 3 – A Probability of attrition scoring model was created for a banking unit to enable retention efforts before the actual attrition. Also, a Defend Grow Exit matrix was created to decide the force of interventions made. Particulars about the data – the employee data did not have too many variations in skill […]

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Attrition Management – Explained though Case studies(Case Study 2)

Case Study 2 – Deep dive attrition MIS was created for a Services company to explore the changes in the Attrition trends across FY 15 and FY 16. Particulars about the data :- the data was maintained in excel sheets, and the average attrition values were around 50 people per month. The excel data in […]

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Attrition management – an Analytics perspective

In January 2018 , the Harvard Business Review ran an article titled “Why People Really Quit Their Jobs” written by Lori Goler, Janelle Gale, Brynn Harrington and Adam Grant. The case study was Facebook and why employees left that company. The main take – away was that people quit jobs  ‘when their job wasn’t enjoyable, […]

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THE PARADIGM OF EMPLOYEESHIP

Ravi, a highly engaged, hard-working, congenial guy was the ideal employee. He was consistently rewarded at almost all award functions within the organization. Everyone called him ‘the guy’, the one who could always be depended upon, that one ideal employee who could represent the organization in the best light. He was also friendly and worked […]

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TAPPING INTO THE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT PULSE – THE CASE FOR CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENTS

What do we think of when we hear the term Employee Engagement? A lot of us have filled up those long annual employee engagement surveys at some point in our careers. Designed with the intention to gauge the pulse of an organizations employee, they try to understand the stickiness factor. This basically translates to trying […]

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