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Team Effectiveness: A Relational Approach with Employee Retention

K. R. Ansari and Pankaj Bijalwan

Metamorphosis: A Journal of Management Research, 2017, vol. 16, issue 2, 115-121

Abstract: Purpose: The current study endeavours to highlight the relation among team effectiveness (TE) and the employee’s decision to stay with or leave the organization. The research also studies the impact of demographic factors such as gender, qualification, experience, and tenure on employee retention (ER) and TE. Approach: The research was conducted to collect the response through questionnaire by the employees working in different organizations of service sector (such as educational institute, banking, insurance, and several others) in Uttarakhand state. Different statistical tools, such as Cronbach’s alpha, coefficient of correlation, t -test, and analysis of variance (ANOVA), have been applied to test the hypothesis. Findings: The result of the study reveals that tenure of the employee in an organization influences its decision to stay in the organization, which further helps the teams to perform effectively. Limitations: Irrespective of limitations, such as small sample size and survey of few teams from a certain type of sector, this research carries implications for researchers to investigate the unrevealed facts on TE and ER in the context of the service sector of Uttarakhand. Practical Implication: The ER strategies can help to improve and develop TE, which has paramount importance for service sector. Originality: This article fulfils and identifies the need of retaining valuable employees to increase the organizational and individual effectiveness.

Keywords: Team effectiveness; employee retention; demographic factors; human resource management; service sector (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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DOI: 10.1177/0972622517731408

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