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THE IMPACT OF TALENT

MANAGEMENT ON
RETENTION

PURPOSE OF STUDY
The over all purpose of this study is to examine the effect of Talent management on
the retention of employees in the IT industry at Coimbatore.

ASIA

S.N
O

AUTHOR

Rakesh sharma,
Jyotsna Bhatnagar

SAMPLE SIZE
YEAR
AND
COUNTRY
2009

Bupharm, India

FACTORS
INFLUENCING
Competency-based talent
recruitment and creation,
talent management strategy

Succession planning,
Hr executives and
competency-based
Devanshi
only
recruitment practices, ongoing
Oct,201
Shrivastava, Dr.Usha
executives(excludin
developmental feedback,
3
Tiwari
g hr), Madhya
leadership development
Pradesh, India
practices, performance based
bonus and salary

Muhammad Imran Aug,201


200
Hanif*, Shao Yunfei
3
respondents,China

Aiza Hussain Rana,


Abdus Sattar Abbasi

Gholam Sajadi Khah ,


Ali Merdasib,
Zabihallah
Hooshmandic

2013

2014

Succession planning,
Employer branding

METHOD
USED TO
COLLECT

IMPACT OF
TALENT
MANAGEMENT

Implemented in
Bupharm

Attracted highly
talented people
across the world,fall
in attrition rate, key
positions filled with
in the orgnisation

Questionnaire

Employee
satisfaction

Questionnaire,
Interviews and
discussions

Increased output,
efficiency
&productivity of
organization
&employees

Simple random
350
Succession planning, Leaders
sampling, structured
employees,Pakistan
skill management
questionnaire
280 employees,Iran

Experience of staff

280 randomly

Succession planning , Job

Researcher
developed
questionnaire

Organizational
efficiency
Improved staffs
recruitment & staffs
retention rates,
enhanced staffs
engagement
Improved employee
recruitment and

NORTH AMERICA

S.N
O

AUTHOR

SAMPLE
YEA
SIZE AND
R
COUNTRY

Victor Oladapo 2014

US

FACTORS
INFLUENCING

Julia
Christensen
2008
Hughes,Evelina
Rog

10

Lynne Morton

11

Susan
R.Crandall

Dec75 hr
03 executives, US
2011

70 new
employees,
Pennsylvania

IMPACT OF TALENT
MANAGEMENT

Tangibles (pay and benefits),


and intangibles (supervisor
Online
Employee satisfaction which leads to
relationship, work/life balance,
questionnaire
retention
work content, career path, trust
in senior management

Right
Insufficient budget/resources,
management, A
low clarity/focus, need to
US,537 senior
talent and
balance short-term with longmanagers and
career
term needs, lack of senior
2012
human
management
management support, lack of
resource
company within
HR resources,, rapidly changing
professionals
manpowergroup
business environment, lack of
.
tools or technology
Canada

METHOD
USED TO
COLLECT

Improper talent management


strategy. ,lack of clarity and focus on
what to perform

Align talent management to the


organisations goals

Literature
review

Enhanced employee engagement,


improved operational and financial
success

Leadership development and


succession planning

Survey

Hold management even in weak


economy, organizations success

Realistic job preview,coaching, Interviews,


Increased employment opportunities,
peer mentoring, leadership
surveys,
reduced turnover
training
focus groups

EUROPE

SAMPLE
S.N
YEA
AUTHOR
SIZE AND
O
R
COUNTRY
12

13

Staffan
Nilsson, Per- 2012
erik Ellstrom

Swailes,
stephen;
Blackburn,
Michelle

Sweden

2015 United kingdom

FACTORS
INFLUENCING
Defining performance targets,
supporting learning initiatives,
ensuring feedback from line
management, training
&developing talent

METHOD
USED TO
COLLECT

IMPACT OF TALENT
MANAGEMENT

Achieve long-term strategic


needs of an organization &for
short-term productivity

Talent management
programmes

Questionnaire

Training and developing the


skills

Survey

14

140 senior
Rafael Garca
consultancy
Rodrguez,
2007 managers, 700
Nuria Calvo
employees,
Babo
Europe and USA

15

Performance management,
Abdulquddus Martalent development and
Warsaw, Poland
Mohammad
15
succession planning and career
planning

Emprical evidence

More positive about their future


prospects than employees
outside talent pools who
reported feelings of lower
support from the organization,
stronger feelings of unfairness
and had lower expectations of
the organization's interest in
them.
Professionals to take on greater
responsibilities and earn higher
pay at a younger age than
would be usual in other types
of company
Organisation success,
employee motivated, keep
their morale high

AFRICA

SAMPLE SIZE
S.N
AUTHOR YEAR
AND
O
COUNTRY

16

17

Alice
waithiegeni
kibui,
Hazel
Gachunga,
G. S.
Namusonge
S N Tanton

Feb,201
4

Nov
25,2007

Kenya

South africa

FACTORS INFLUENCING

METHOD
USED TO
COLLECT

IMPACT OF
TALENT
MANAGEME
NT

Survey by state
Competency mapping, employee
Job satisfaction
corporations in
engagement, performance management,
which leads to
kenya, emprical
employee career development
retention
review
Motivation for superior, performance,
training and development, job
Online
enrichment (variety of jobs),performance questionnaire
reviews and attraction of talent

Job satisfaction
which leads to
retention

AUSTRALIA

S.NO AUTHOR

18

Margaret
Deery

SAMPLE SIZE
YEAR
AND
COUNTRY

2008

Melbourne

FACTORS
INFLUENCING

METHOD
USED TO
COLLECT

Job satisfaction and


organisational commitment, Literature review
personal attributes

IMPACT OF
TALENT
MANAGEME
NT

Retention

Factors Talent Management


Succession planning
Training and developing the skills
Performance review
Talent Recruitment
Career management
Leadership Training
Experience of staff

IMPACT OF TALENT MANAGEMENT


FACTORS

AUTHORS

Retention
Employee Satisfaction

Devanshi Shrivastava, Dr.Usha Tiwari


Victor Oladapo
Alice waithiegeni kibui, Hazel Gachunga, G. S.
Namusonge
S N Tanton

Organizational efficiency

Aiza Hussain Rana, Abdus Sattar Abbasi


Muhammad Imran Hanif* and Shao Yunfei
Julia Christensen Hughes,Evelina Rog
Lynne Morton
Staffan Nilsson,Per-erik Ellstrom
Abdulquddus Mohammad

Improved employee Recruitment

Gholam Sajadi Khah , Ali Merdasib, Zabihallah


Hooshmandic
Ali Chitsaz-isfahani,Hamidreza Boustani
Susan R.Crandall

Motivation

Abdulquddus Mohammad

Overview of the industry


India is the world's largest sourcing destination for the information technology (IT)
industry, accounting for approximately 67 per cent of the US$ 124-130 billion
market .
The contribution of the IT sector to Indias GDP rose to approximately 9.5 per cent.
The industry employs about 10 million workforce .

Research Design
STUDY DESIGN

Descriptive Study

SAMPLING METHOD

Convenience Sampling

SAMPLE

IT employees

DATA COLLECTION

Primary

DATA COLLECTION
INSTRUMENTS

Structured and Open ended


questions, questionnaires,