Dissertation on Employee Retention Techniques

18845 words 76 pages
EMPLOYEE RETENSION AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
A CASE STUDY OF ICELAND
UNITED KINGDOM, ENGLAND, LONDON
(STORES: LAYTONSTONE & GANTS HILL).
By
MBA STUDENT
ADNAN USMAN
STUDENT NUMBER: 109811
A DISSERTATION PRESENTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)

UNIVERSITY OF SUNDERLAND
SEPTEMBER 2011

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Declaration

The work I have submitted is my own effort. I certify that all the material in this Dissertation, which is not my own work, has been identified and acknowledged. No materials are included for which a degree has been previously conferred upon me.

MBA STUDENT
ADNAN USMAN
Date: 18/01/2012
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The Business world of today is the most fast pace, tech savvy and welcoming more innovation thus giving an outstanding boost to competition and increasing the challenge for companies to cultivate more returns in a consistent way (Burke and Ng 2006). Not only this but an even more challenging situation is on available on the resources side specially in the area of human resources where the availability of your and skilled work is on top of all issues because they are very limited in stock and are in high demand within and out of the domestic markets (ibid). this sever conditions are boosting the threat to the organizations both in acquiring and retaining

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