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Interventions In Human Resources Retention


  • Raluca Cruceru

    (“Prof. Dr. Matei Balş” National Institute for Infectious Diseases)

  • Mihaela-Georgia Sima

    (Industry and Commerce Chamber of Bucharest)


Keeping the organization's best employees is one of the main purposes of human resources and management companies. Through the work, top employees are those who bring the highest sales, customers and quality products. In other words, they ensure the success of the company. However, if management does not appreciate business services, which would be why these experts did not find a better job in another organization? To counteract this momentum, the human resources department can use a set of "retention techniques" presented in this paper. Along with these techniques, there are ways of avoiding / resolving conflicts arising, so as not to generate conflict situations unsolvable and would result in leaving the institution for reasons other than professional. Human resources is very complex and the techniques and methods used in working with people are very large, different, however, applicable only in certain situations. Therefore, each specializing in human resources has to fold the situation and be able to recommend the best solutions for top management to get best results. How we select the right people and why we should help the most ambitious employees to develop their career are things whose importance becomes evident when a valuable employee resigns. Unfortunately, it is too late!

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  • Raluca Cruceru & Mihaela-Georgia Sima, 2010. "Interventions In Human Resources Retention," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 5(3), pages 79-88, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:5:y:2010:i:3:p:79-88

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    human resources; retention; motivation; salary;


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