Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Role of Competency Environment based Empirical Study and Education on Employees Retention and Psychological Analysis


Vuppalapati Vijaya Venkat and S. Roohi Kursheed Khan

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.221098

Keywords: Competency Management, Employee Psychology Retention, Work Autonomy, Work Environment, Work Enrichment, Work Enlargement


Abstract

A healthy relationship between Employer and employee psychology is a critical factor for any successful business. Both Employer and employees are responsible for attaining the company’s goal and vision, for which an empirical study is performed. Employee turnover is a significant problem faced by many organizations. Employee turnover is a major issue in the competitive Automobile sector. This research study attempts to assess and evaluate the role of competency management & its impact on the work environment & work-related challenges and its effects on employee retention in large-scale automobile & ancillary companies in Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh. Empirical and quantitative research would use a mixed research approach, and the data were collected from 82 Managers and 116 Engineers of various automobile companies & ancillary companies in Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh. Competency management positively affects work enrichment& enlargement, which is positively related to work autonomy and participative decision making. Work autonomy and participative decisions are making lead to employee psychology retention. This education can be useful for future employee maintenance in business applications.

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