Staff retention at World Vision International Lesotho
Mathe, Moqephe Ignatius
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Staff retention at World Vision International Lesotho is affected by broad factors of the organisation; which are compensation and benefits, work/development environment, organisational environment, and work-life balance. The ability to retain employees at World Vision International Lesotho helps the organisation in the reduction of training and development costs, and the achievement of organisational objectives, goals, and set targets within time and approved budget. A quantitative research design was followed to gather data through the usage of closed-ended questionnaires. The study enabled the researcher to evaluate the staff retention in World Vision International Lesotho. Factors which affect employee retention were identified, as well as those which World Vision International Lesotho management has to increase their efforts in as they may prompt employees to leave the organisation if not attended to on time. The impact of staff retention on both the employees and the organisation’s operations were identified. Recommendations were made on how best human resources practices can be adopted in order to achieve maximum retention of World Vision International Lesotho’s talent as the data revealed that most of its employees have plans to leave the organisation.