Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Information technology industry

A Study on the Impact of Innovative HR Practices on Employee Productivity among Women Employees in IT Industry with Reference to Bangalore City

Ms. Sharmila Fernandes, Ms. Himresha Bhatt, Dr Santhosh Kumar V

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2022, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 606-615
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2022.28.04.043

Information technology is not only one of India's fastest-growing businesses, but also a major
factor in propelling the country's economy and changing its reputation from that of a
developing economy to that of a global powerhouse. The retention of skilled personnel has
become more important as the market has become increasingly competitive and human
resource managers have faced a serious scarcity of quality specialists. This is crucial as it
assures the sustainability and productivity of the firm. Despite the fact that "staff poaching" is
all the rage in the business world, even a little slip-up might result in the loss of brilliant minds
to a rival company. According to the literature, there are two types of employee turnover:
functional and dysfunctional. Dysfunctional turnover occurs when a top performer departs the
company, whereas functional turnover occurs when an unproductive employee leaves. Since
dysfunctional turnover is a major issue for HR managers, it is the subject of this research.
When an employee departs, it takes another seven weeks to fill their role, which has a negative
impact on the team's output. Staff retention has received far less attention than employee
turnover in previous studies. The purpose of this investigation is to specify the connection
between creative HR practises and productivity in the workplace. The researcher looks at the
several ways that independent and dependent variables are defined.