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Exploring the impact of CSR on talent management with Generation Y [electronic resource] / Keri Ohlrich.

Author/Creator:
Ohlrich, Keri, author.
Publication:
London : SAGE Publications Ltd, 2017.
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Book
1 online resource : illustrations.
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SAGE Knowledge. Cases.
SAGE Knowledge. Cases
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Subjects:
Social responsibility of business -- Research -- Case studies.
Success in business -- Research -- Case studies.
Employee retention -- Case studies.
Intergenerational relations -- Case studies.
Summary:
Developing a corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy can help companies remain competitive, grow market share, and enhance customer loyalty. As CSR has recently become part of corporate strategy, many corporations are confronted with an employee talent shortfall. This shortfall is attributed to factors from the simple fact that there are not enough people, like Generation X not being able to replace the retiring Baby Boomers to the more complex concept of a talent mismatch.This research investigates this intersection of CSR and talent and examines the impact of CSR on employee attraction and retention, with a special focus on Generation Y. Interviews included 36 qualitative, semi-structured interviews. Results suggest that potential employees are not as much attracted by the CSR programme, but by the values of the company. Results suggest that employees do not necessarily stay at companies because of the CSR programme. From the findings, a practitioners guide was created. This guide outlines the drivers of attraction and retention that focus on iValue, iDevelop and iRetain.
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Originally published: Ohlrich, K. (2015). Exploring the impact of CSR on talent management with Generation Y. South Asian Journal of Business and Management Cases. 4(1), 111121. DOI:.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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9789386042897 (ebook) :
OCLC:
1017713742
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