Asian Journal of Managerial Science (AJMS)
Examining the Impact of Talent Management on Organizational Trust and Employee RetentionAuthor : Mubashir Majid Baba
Volume 7 No.1 January-June 2018 pp 46-52
Talent management aims at improving the potential of employees who are seen as being able to make a valuable difference for the organization, now or in the future. In other words it deals with attracting, developing and retaining the key organizational talent. In this research, the relationship between talent management, organizational trust, and employee retention is investigated among staff members of 4 Universities under study. The research method is explorative cum descriptive in nature. The statistical population consists of staff members of University of Kashmir, University of Jammu, Central University of Kashmir and Central University of Jammu. The sample included 261 employees, which were selected randomly. Data has been collected by a researcher-developed questionnaire. The results of hypothesis testing indicate that there is a significant relationship between talent management, organizational trust, and employee retention. The study is significant in that it draws attention to the effects of talent management on organizational trust and employee retention in organizations.
Talent Management, Organizational Trust, Employee Retention, Human Resource, Education
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