Applicability of Talent Management with Special Reference to Automobile Industry of Krishnagiri District

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R. Santoshkumar; Dr. N. Rajasekar;
  • Journal: Journal of Commerce and Trade,volume 6,issue 2 October,pages65-69
  • Subject: Talent Management, Retain, Skilled, Employees, Applicability
    • jel: jel:R00 | jel:Z0

This research paper examines the applicability of Talent Management in Automobile Industry in Krishnagiri district. The primary data collected from the 100 different levels of employees in automobile industry. Hypothesis test used to measure the applicability of talent ... View more
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