Retention of millennials in IT departments in Ireland

No Thumbnail Available
Authors
Sharafudeen, Mohammed Amjed
Issue Date
2019
Degree
MSc in Management Practice
Publisher
Dublin Business School
Rights
Items in eSource are protected by copyright. Previously published items are made available in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher/copyright holder.
Abstract
Employee turnover is one of the major issues that organizations are facing. It is important to find the expectation and satisfaction of employees working in the organization to reduce the turnover cost and retain the talents. This study aimed to determine the strategies for the retention of Millennials working in the IT departments in Ireland, as the millennial generation is the younger generation and significant workforce with less retention rate. So, by identifying the retention strategies, this research helps the organizations to reduce the employee attrition. Apparently, Mixed method approach is carried out in this research. The quantitative research method was conducted among the millennials working in the IT department in Ireland to understand their expectation to retain in an organization and the senior managers working in public and private IT departments in Ireland from other generations were aimed in Qualitative research method to understand their opinion about retention strategies especially for millennials.