Retention Strategies For Technology-Based Organizations

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Technology

 

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Eva W

 

Date added:

November 27, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Public records show successful firms, such as Accenture, Booz | Allen | Hamilton (BAH), and Science Application International Corporation (SAIC) as having turnover rates well below the national average of 20 percent. So what are these firms doing that make them so successful? In this paper, we will identify the positive attributes that have contributed to retention, show the significance within the three high-tech consulting firms, present publically released statistics on each of the companies, temper these statistics with privately gathered data for the purpose of analysis, and provide a logical conclusion as to why the successful firms are successful...
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The agreement with the authors of this paper and the interviewees is that the non-publically released data will be used for academic purposes only. High-tech consulting firms have a "dirty little secret"; they calculate retention rates to show the best possible results and they downplay the issues they are having with attracting and retaining technically qualified and highly motivated you minds...
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