Research Journal

Online ISSN No. 2790 – 3885

Employment Retention: Active Employee
Engagement, Employee Satisfaction and
Leadership Factors of a Successful Human
Resource Strategic Practices in an Organization

Surya Prasad Mainali
ORCID No: 0000-0002-1686-9785
Email: sooraz1981@gmail.com
Dr. Ansarullah Tantry
ORCID No. 0000-0002-7944-4661
Email : ansarullah.t@westford.org.uk


For organizational executives, the lack of retention methods might become a top worry. In the long run, the company will gain by keeping valuable people. The current study attempted to examine how successful human resource strategic practices in an organization determine its employee retention taking employee engagement, employee satisfaction, and leadership into consideration. The study was conducted on 108 school teachers. Data from this quantitative study was collected by using standardized tools and analysis was done by using correlation and regression statistics. The results from the inter-correlations matrix showed that there are significant positive correlations among all the factors. Moreover, regression analysis suggested that employee engagement, employee satisfaction, and transformational leadership are the potential predictors of employee retention. Employee satisfaction emerged as the most potential predictor of employee retention among teachers