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Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
Why employees quit their workplace
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  • 1. JINDAL SHADEED IRON & STEEL LLC Said Al Darmaki, HR & Administration Head The Reasons why Employees quit their workplace Presented by
  • 2. Talent Management Talent management is the implementation of integrated strategies or system designed to increase workplace productivity by developing improved processes for attracting, developing, retaining, and utilizing people with the required skills and aptitude to meet current and future business needs. (SHRM,2012).
  • 3. Omani Employees Turnover in 2012
  • 4. The War for Talent Based  on  many  research  it  has  become  obvious  that   what  dis4nguishes  high  performing  companies  from   merely  average  performers  in  this  war  for  talent  is  not   be9er  human  resource  processes  but  the  fundamental   belief  in  the  importance  of  talent.      
  • 5. The reason for the persistence of the war •  The irreversible shift from Industrial Age to Informant age •  The demand for highly talent mangers •  The growing propensity for people to move from one firm to another. July 7, 2014 5
  • 6. Herzberg's Two Factor Theory - Recognition -Sense of Achievement -Responsibility Nature of Work -Growth -Advancement - Salary -working conditions -job security -l Supervision -Company supervision & Administration -interpersonal Relationships July 7, 2014 6 Hygiene FactorsMotivation Factors Source: John Martin, Organizational Behaviour
  • 7. Main Reasons Employees separate from their employees  1-­‐The  workplace  was  not  as  expected   2-­‐The  mismatch  between  job  and  person     3-­‐The  li9le  coaching  and  feedback     4-­‐Too  few  growth  and  advancement  opportuni4es     5-­‐feeling  devalued  and  unrecognized     6-­‐stress  from  overwork  and  work  life  imbalance     7-­‐loss  of  trust  and  confidence  in  senior  leaders         July 7, 2014 7
  • 8. Strategies 8
  • 9. The workplace was not as expected

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