This study explores some of the key push and pull factors to consider in talent development and retention of competent employees by businesses operating in Namibia.
The participants in this study comprised of randomly selected white-collar employees in Namibia. The study adopted a qualitative research approach, utilizing online focus groups to gain insights related to white-collar labor turnover and retention. Thematic content analysis was employed during the data reduction process.
The findings revealed specific push and pull factors for consideration in developing talent retention strategies in contemporary business organizations.
Most of the extant literature on white-collar retention and labor turnover is based on Western contexts. The findings of this study contribute to the available literature by providing a perspective from the developing world, specifically, Namibia.
Mutanga, J., Kaisara, G., Yakobi, K. and Atiku, S.O. (2021), "Exploring push and pull factors for talent development and retention: implications for practice", Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol. 35 No. 6, pp. 1-3. https://doi.org/10.1108/DLO-12-2020-0246
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