https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoPMRS/issue/feed NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies 2024-02-26T11:54:41+00:00 Journal Manager [email protected] Open Journal Systems <p><strong>NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management &amp; Retention Strategies </strong>is a peer reviewed journal and provides a platform to discuss new issues in the area of performance management and retention strategies. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing papers introducing or elaborating on new methods in employee engagement and retention. It's a biannual journal, started in 2018.</p> https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoPMRS/article/view/1304 Can education motivate people to become business owner 2024-02-26T11:54:41+00:00 Mr. omid safi [email protected] <p><em>The first thing that might inspire people to start their own business is education. To me, an entrepreneur is a person who establishes a business with the intention of turning a profit. Starting a firm, growing it, and scaling it up to make money are indeed considered entrepreneurship, but this definition is somewhat narrow. In contemporary terms, entrepreneurship also encompasses addressing large-scale issues to effect societal change or developing novel products that revolutionize everyday life. Entrepreneurs are essential to the growth of the labor market, serving as driving forces behind industrialization and its expansion. Productive entrepreneurs can boost the economy by increasing productivity, introducing new technology, and creating jobs. In countries that prioritize innovation, only 1-2 percent of the workforce starts a firm annually, emphasizing the importance of entrepreneurial activity, particularly among creative individuals, for economic competitiveness. However, entrepreneurship is only fruitful when the business climate is open to new ideas and approaches. Additionally, since businesses strive for higher productivity, authorities must be prepared for the possibility of 'creative destruction,' which can lead to job losses in the medium term. Despite the significant risks of failure, entrepreneurship remains an important endeavor, although taxpayers may occasionally bear the burden. The labor market, where companies seek workers and workers seek employment, plays a crucial role in this ecosystem. It illustrates the competition and interactions among various labor forces rather than being tied to a specific geographical location. It is also known as the job market</em></p> 2024-02-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoPMRS/article/view/1233 Influence of Employer Branding on Employee Retention 2024-01-09T08:52:21+00:00 Ruqiyath Aslaha [email protected] Sushma V [email protected] <p><em>Employer branding is the strategic effort by which a company shapes and projects its image as an employer. It encompasses the organization's culture, values, work environment, and overall reputation, aimed at attracting and retaining top talent. Employer branding exerts a significant impact on employee retention by fostering a sense of belonging, purpose, and satisfaction among employees. When a company's values, culture, and opportunities are clearly communicated and aligned with employees' aspirations, it creates a more positive and fulfilling work environment.</em> <em>Employee engagement and loyalty are increased by a good employer brand, increasing the likelihood that employees will stick with the company. When employees feel valued and motivated, job satisfaction rises, and turnover rates fall. Effective employer branding can establish an emotional connection between employees and the company, making them more invested in its success and encouraging them to build long-term careers within the organization. This research demonstrates how employer branding affects employee retention. It identifies various factors that come under employer branding that maybe or will have an effect on employee retention. The study has been carried out in a company located in Bangalore on a convenience same of 60 respondents through the distribution of structured questionnaire to the employees of the company. Investigating the effect of business branding on employee retention is one of this study's main goals.to examine the elements that influence employee retention in employer branding and to assess the relationship between employer branding and retention. Chi-Square, Correlation, and Regression are the methods for data analysis used. The result shown in chi-square is, employer branding has a significant influence in Employee Retention. Employer branding and employee retention are significantly correlated, according to correlation analysis... And in Regression, it shows that employer branding is a major predictor of employee retention, where company contributing in training and development is the major predictor of employee retention. In conclusion this study conveys that every organization should brand itself in order to retain its employees and use various factors that can be used to retain the employees.</em></p> <p><em> </em></p> 2023-10-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoPMRS/article/view/1211 A Theoretical Analysis of Extroversion and Introversion at Workplace 2023-12-22T07:24:19+00:00 Ashwin Gedam [email protected] <p><em>India is a country with a large mass of unemployed youths looking for jobs. Most of the Indians belongs to either poor or middle-class families. In this country the gathering of necessities of life is of prime importance and the people here have no other option but to force themselves into jobs against their will. The students here do not judge their own personalities according to the jobs available before them. As a result, most Indians settle for jobs which are against their personalities, this creates a friction between their psychological health and the need to survive job. Another reason apart from this is lack of awareness among people. Young people who are seeking jobs think they can do any work which comes forth. They look at it as an opportunity which they don’t want to miss. This may result in post-job stress. But they don’t realize that it can have an adverse effect on their mental &amp; physical health. If a person finds a right job according to his or her personality, then he or she will enjoy the work as play and not as a duty to be fulfilled. This paper makes an earnest attempt to discuss such issues surrounding introversion &amp; extroversion personalities with respect to various kinds of jobs available in the market. I have also discussed an entrepreneurial view of both the introverted &amp; extroverted personalities in this paper, which may serve as a reference for readers in understanding entrepreneurial qualities of both.</em></p> 2023-10-18T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoPMRS/article/view/1185 The Interplay of Education and Economic Development: A Comparative Analysis of Global Evidence 2023-09-12T08:58:35+00:00 Garima [email protected] <p>The main goal of the work is to determine the link between economic growth and education. The study provides an extensive examination of the connection between education and economic advancement supported by data obtained from numerous studies. No country can achieve long-term economic growth without significant investments in human resources. Education can be seen as both an essential component of development and a precondition for the more general idea of expanded human capabilities, which is at the centre of the importance of development. It helps people understand who they are and the world around them. It raises their standard of living and provides several societal benefits to both people and the neighborhood. It is essential for raising people's productivity and innovation levels as well as encouraging entrepreneurship.</p> 2023-09-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoPMRS/article/view/1179 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ADJUSTMENT AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT BETWEEN SCIENCE AND ARTS STUDENTS AT SENIOR SECONDARY LEVEL 2023-09-06T05:55:14+00:00 Amarjeet Singh Parihar [email protected] <p><em>The present study aimed to compare adjustment and academic achievement between science and arts stream students at the senior secondary level. According to the data, there is no statistically significant difference between boys and girls in the arts stream students’ adjustment, but there is a statistically significant difference between boys and girls in the scientific stream and arts stream students’ academic accomplishment. It is also found that students of the science stream have better academic achievement than students of the arts stream, and students of the arts stream have better adjustment than science stream students. Education is the process of enhancing a person’s abilities and potential in order to position that person for success in a particular community or culture. According to this viewpoint, education primarily serves the purpose of promoting personal growth. Education starts at birth and lasts the rest of one’s life. It never ends and never ceases. Education shapes a person like a flower that spreads its scent throughout the globe. No country can ever progress to its fullest, and no society can ever claim to be prosperous society, until and unless both men and women, as the two fraction of the human race, equally benefitted by the light of education. </em></p> 2023-08-10T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies https://mbajournals.in/index.php/JoPMRS/article/view/1176 A Study On The Perception Of The Need Of Employability Skills Among Management Students 2023-08-11T04:38:22+00:00 Vinamra Nayak [email protected] <p>Businesses need young professionals with excellent communication skills and subject- matter knowledge in a constantly changing globalized market. There is a rising need for management graduates from reputed business educational institutions as the global market is rising financially and digitally. As a result, budding professionals are required to be up to date on the newest trends, technologies, and applications, all of which helps them to be employed. Even though they are taught the technical skills necessary for their profession in their course curriculum, employability skill-based training can help them to transition into their new positions more smoothly. Hence, it is crucial to clearly define the strategies and vision for training and placement department, in terms of employability skills, are more closely aligned to the &amp;quot;needs&amp;quot; of businesses in order to guarantee that the students are equipped for the workforce. The aim of the present study is to demonstrate how postgraduate management students perceive the value of employability skill-based training in enhancing the personality-based qualities and professional capabilities for selection, placement, and successful performance in industry. Data from 181 postgraduate management students from the top 4 colleges in Jabalpur City were collected using a standardized questionnaire electronically. From the survey, it is concluded that more than 94% felt that training in employability skills is necessary to become ready for the employment.</p> 2023-08-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 NOLEGEIN-Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies