Dr Sarita Nayak

Dr Sarita Nayak.

Name of the faculty:  Dr Sarita Nayak. 

Academic Title:  HOD(HR) /Assistant Professor 

Area of ExpertiseOB& HRM 

University: Regional College of Management (RCM), Bhubaneswar 

Email:  [email protected] 

Research Area InterestsHRM 

  • Ph.D. awarded from Centurion University of Technology & Management. (Management), in the area of Human Resources on 29th October 2018 
  • MBA with specialization HRM (major) and System. (minor) from Regional College of Management, Bhubaneswar, Under Utkal University, Orissa in 2002. 
  • B.Sc. with Zoology (Hons) from, Utkal University, Orissa in the year 2000 
  • Assistant Professor in Regional College of Management, Bhubaneswar, since 4th August 2008 
  • As TSE (Territory Sales Executive) in Sain Medicaments PVT.LTD with effect from 08.08.2003 to 06.07.2006 
  • Organization Behaviour. 
  • Principle practices &Management 
  • Human Resource Management 
  • Talent and Competency Management 
  • Training & Development  
  • Human Resource Planning  
  • Leadership Team Building. 
  • Talent Management. 
  • Compensation management 
  • Impact of Working Hours on Work Performance of Women Physician of Private & Govt. Hospitals Employees with Reference to Odisha Published in Proceedings of International Conference on Next Generation Management: Issues &Challenges Organized by Regional College of Management On 15th&16th March 2019. 
  • Factors Affecting Employee’s Retention in Telecom Sector of Odisha: An Empirical Study Published in Journal of Innovative Professional Science & IT (JIPSIT), ISSN No. 2348-6619, Volume –4, Issue –2, 2017 
  • Organizational Development through Employee Retention and Satisfaction: A study on Telecom Sector Published in “Journal of Innovative Professional Science & IT (JIPSIT), ISSN No. 2348-6619, Volume –3, Issue –2, 2016. 
  • Impact of Retention through Effective Training, 2014 National Seminar souvenir of BIITM 
  • Work Life Balance is a Major Component in Retaining Manpower (Observation from Telecom Sector) Published Conference Volume of PMIR on April 2014. 
  • “Relationship between the work life balance and job satisfaction among employees in Indian Telecom Service Sector Company”, Ethics in business and corporate governance (ISBN- 9788174469441), Excel Books, 2011. 
  • “The Impact of Employee Engagement and Job Satisfaction towards a Strongly Motivated Work” Published in the souvenir of Srusti Academy. 
  • The Impact of Employee Engagement and Job Satisfaction towards a Strongly Motivated Work Force 15th National Seminar on Employee Engagement at Srusti Academic of Management on 21st& 22nd February 2014 SOVENIR 
  • Work Life Balance is a Major Component in Retaining Manpower National Seminar on 10 and 11th May 2014 PMIR Dept. CONFERENCE PROCEDING 
  • Identification and Exploration of Employee Attrition At NICOM, January 112013Conference Proceeding. 
  • Factors affecting Employee Retention: A case study Telecom Industry in Odisha Contemporary issues of Finance & Business Management Bharathi Publication, Delhi, 2013. 
  • Impact of Talent Retention: A Study in B-schools of Odisha Siddhant: A Journal of Decision Making on 2013. 
  • Impact of Talent Retention: A Study in B-school of Odisha Vol 13, No-4 Oct-Dec-2013ISSN NO. 22310649 
  • Effect on Marital Counselling a Study on women’s Attitude towards Marital Stability. The Management Page, Journal of RCEM, ISSN: 2231 – 220X, Vol.2, Issue:2, April 2012. 
  • Organizational Effectiveness through training and development 2011 The business of Innovation Excel India publication ISBN:978-93-80697-71-0 
  • Career development and professional – An empirical study on physician of different private and public hospitals 2011 Souvenir RCM. 
  • Training & Development – a case study on NALCO 2010 Souvenir RCM Souvenir  
  • Relationship between the work life balance and job satisfaction among employees in Indian telecom service sector company 2010Ethics in business and corporate governance (Proceeding) Excel India publication ISBN: 978-81-7446-944-1. 
  • Factors Affecting Employee Retention: A Case Study on Telecom Sector of Odisha) Contemporary Issues of Finance & Business Management, ISBN-978-93-81212-39-4Published. 
  • Role of Employee Engagement among Sale Professional, A Case Study on Pharmaceutical Sector of Odisha. 

Awarded as a Best Rotarian in   2015 from Rotary Club of Meadows. Bhubaneswar 

Message for The Students :

My dear students, if you are looking for extraordinary achievements in your life, then always try to follow your hobbiesinterests, and dreams all the timeRemember these 3 words – Passion, Focus, and Belief. Do not depend on others, always try to develop yourself first.