A STUDY OF REASONS FOR WOMEN ATTRITION IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) INDUSTRY IN PUNE CITY

. Bhoomika Agalgatti, Dr. Laxman Kumar Tripathy

Abstract


One of the main problems faced by the majority of the IT companies is "the high rate of attrition" which is having numerous impacts on the organizations. Attrition or Steady loss is characterized as decrease in labor because of different reasons and factors. This research paper is aimed to identify the different factors that significantly impact women attrition in IT industry. It may be stated that these factors are internal factors and other factors. The research paper presents survey outcomes that may be useful and beneficial in terms of reducing the impact of reasons behind women attrition in some way. It may also contribute towards activities that may be deployed by IT organizations to retain their talented manpower.


Keywords


Women Attrition, Attrition in IT Industry, Reasons for women attrition

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B. Agalgatti, Survey of women attrition in IT Industry in Pune City


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