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Influence Of Talent Attraction On Knowledge Retention In Government Ministries In Kenya
The aim of this study was to assess the influence of talent attraction on knowledge retention in government ministries in Kenya. The moderating effect of top management commitment on the influence of talent attraction on knowledge retention was also examined. From the two objectives two null hypotheses were developed. The study relied on extensive literature review and qualitative and quantitative study designs. Using a questionnaire, a survey was conducted with employees of 7 randomly sampled government ministries as the respondents. The sample size was 385 respondents who were selected using a statistical formula used to determine the sample in a population with over ten thousand subjects.
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