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A Study on the Impact of Employee Engagement and Organizational Commitment on Talent Retention:A Structural Equation Modeling Approach
This paper aims at devising a structural equation model on employee engagement, organizational commitment, and talent retention in new generation private sector banks. The study analyses the relationship between the talent-management crunch which the banks are facing and the strategies that are devised in order to hold on to their talent. This article aims to review and discuss existing talent-management practices in new generation private sector banks and the strategies adopted by them through which, they retain their indispensable talent. Thus, this study aims to devise a structural equation model to ensure winning and retaining the talent. For this purpose, a conceptual framework is formulated and tested with a sample of 500 employees working with private sector banks. The results reveal that employee engagement and organizational commitment positively lead to talent retention.
Employee Engagement, Human Capital, Impending Gap, Organizational Commitment, Talent Management.
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