Factors Affecting Satisfaction and Turnover of Information Technology Workers in India
Munish1 and Rachna Agarwal2
1Aravali College of Engineering & Management, India
2YMCA University of Science and Technology, India
Abstract: The current study examined the key factors that influenced the management of knowledge workers in Indian Information Technology sector. This article also ascertained the various practices employed by the employer's and explored the practices which were highly appreciated by the employees and their impact on the knowledge workers management. The collection of data done through a self-administered questionnaire with the help of convenience sampling. The sample size was 500 knowledge workers from 10 IT organizations in Delhi/NCR region. The reliability of the questionnaire was determined by the Cronbach's alpha method and the value for all the variable was greater than 0.7 that acceptable. The analysis of collected data was done through descriptive tests in SPSS and structure equation modelling conducted in AMOS. The results of the study stated that awareness of employer, reward, recognition & growth, work policies & arrangement and employer's concern & care were highly correlated with the knowledge workers management in Indian IT sector.
Keywords: knowledge workers, Indian IT sector, Retention Strategies
FDI in Indian Retail Sector: A Review
Jyotsana Chawla1, Rachna Agrawal2 and Bhavna Sharma3
1Assitant Prof.YMCAUniversity of Science and Technology, Faridabad, India
2Associate Prof.YMCA University of Science and Technology, Faridabad, India
3Assistant Prof. BPS Mahila Viswavidyalya, Khanpur Kalan, Sonipat, India
Abstract: Retail sector is emerging as one of the attractive sectors and is able to attract foreign players. FDI in retail bears an effect on a number of stakeholders engaged in the process of retailing, from retailers to end consumers. The initiative of the GOI to attract FDI in retail, by liberalizing FDI policy must be significantly encouraged but should not be freely allowed. The review paper is based some of the important studies conducted by various researchers for finding the effect of FDI in Indian retail sector. The main aim of this paper is to make some research oriented paths to move forward. On the basis of the review, it has been found that liberalization of FDI policy towards retail sector bears positive as well as negative effects. The paper suggests that unorganized retailers are required to upgrade their retail stores to meet the challenges of the dynamic retail environment.
Keywords: FDI, Retail Sector, Organized retail, Unorganized retail.
Two Way Fixed Effect of Priority Sector Lending (Sector Wise) on Non Performing Assets of Indian Commercial Banks
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