Introduction : Roads are constituted as the most significant component of India‟s Logistics Industry, accounting for 60 percent of the total freight movement in the country. A majority of players in this industry are small entrepreneurs running their family businesses. As a result, Man Power Development Investments that pay off in the longer term, have been minimised respectively. Moreover, these businesses are typically controlled severely by the proprietor and his / her family and consequently, making it unattractive for the professionals. Poor working conditions, Low pay scales relative to alternate careers, poor or non-existent Manpower Policies and prevalence of unscrupulous practices have added to the segment's woes for seeking employment. Thus, it could be rightly stated that the Transportation, Logistics, Warehousing and Packaging Sector is considered an unattractive career option and fails to attract and retain skilled manpower. Many Organizations have failed to recognize that Human Resources play an important role in gaining an immense advantage in today‟s highly competitive Global Business Environment. While all aspects of managing Human Resources is important, Employee Retention continues to be an essential part of Human Resource Management activity that help the Organizations to achieve their goals and objectives.
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