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The current study tries to understand the event of Organizational Brain-drain, by the event of Employee Voluntary Attrition. For an SME (small-to-medium enterprise), besides the tangible impetus, the intangible intellect is of prime significance. A persistent drain of these intellectual forces, make it tough for the organizations to survive & hence the current study is intended to understand the conjugal relation between the event of Employee Voluntary Attrition & various dependent variables that tune-in. The papers shall empirically study the event of Employee Voluntary Attrition (EVA) in a specific geography as elaborated in the study. The workshop shall try to focus on the Attrition (EVA) in congruence with the dependent variables of Monetary Dissatisfaction, Leadership, Job Specification – Environment, Work Hours – geography & its tune with the Dependent Variable. The study indicates that the significance of Leadership & Money is one of the most influential factors of Employee Attrition. The current study also proposes to check the influence of Employee Attrition on the growth of Construction business SMEs& its significant effect on the Financial Health of the Organizations. The study finds no significance between the event of Employee Attrition & geographical proximity as a variable.

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Mujtaba M. Momin. (2020). Employee Voluntary Attrition:A Talent Retention Challenge for Construction Business SMEs. GIS Business, 15(2), 242-252. Retrieved from https://journals.eduindex.org/index.php/gis/article/view/19346