Employee turnover rate in indian hospitality industry with focus on hotels in the state of Kerala
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MA of Business Administration
Dublin Business School
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The research intends to study the possible reasons for theemployee turnover rate in hospitality industry in the state of Kerala. As a result, the research meets the required orientation of the research background by putting the working culture of the hotel chainindustry. Throughout the literature review, an in-depth analysis was performed to the possible areas of work in hospitality industry in order toprecede the research study. To make the research a success, working culture of hospitality industry throughout the World, Middle East and Asia is considered. The managers of the organisation in respect to the star hotel chain and deluxe lodgingare selected for collecting primary data. Data is collected using self administered questionnaire from 80 respondents using quota sampling. Qualitative data collected using 5semi structured interview with the manager of the hotels. Moreover, the sampling techniques suffice on the probability sampling techniques. Throughout the chapter fourquestionnaire based research investigation is carried out. This will induce the deductive method and at the same channelizes the research design and method outline in the third chapter of the research study. Finally, the fifth chapter of the research study delivers the concluding note. This is done to find out whether the research objectives have been achieved. The objective linings of the research consider the each research aim has been accessed properly. Many of the research study come to focus on the future scope of the research process.This is done swiftly to consider the objectives. Author keywords: Employee turnover, Job Satisfaction, Job Stress, Incentive Schemes, Reward practises.