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All around the world, retaining talented employees has been a serious challenge to organisations in the face of hyper-competition, corporate failures, employees' turnover, and workplace discrimination.
This concern grew from the philosophical assumption that talented employees are instrumental to organisational success.
This book specifically examined workplace discrimination and its effects on talent retention.
A new framework that will help organisations create strategies and policies to control the phenomenon efficiently and effectively has been designed in this book.
The book therefore offers conceptual, theoretical and empirical solutions to discrimination problems among a diversified organisational workforce.
It is a synopsis of idea generation for modelling and development of young managers in various organisations, supervisors, directors, managers-on-training, school administrators, politicians, forces, pastors, teachers and other entities who have daily encounter with managing people and who have chosen management has a field of study.
Solomon Adeoye, MNIM, holds a Phd in Business Administration with option in Human Resources Management.
He is an Alumnus of Babcock University, Nigeria.
He has over 12 years cognate experience in office administration and people management with excellent track record working with top level management Executives.
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