Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : retention


PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY ARAB POPULATION IN ACQUISITION OF ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE

Harikumar Pallathadka; Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8278-8287

The art of communication through the gift of language is an exclusive prerogative of humans.
Language bestows people with the power to organizing, planning, shaping, and controlling
other human beings at various levels starting from child-parent interactions to propaganda on
radio and television advertising. Our societal participation requires us to recognize and reflect
the symbols and sounds that indicate our ideas and thoughts, which is crucial. There are
numerous languages in the world. Thus, human beings share their skills for harnessing the
creativity within them to enhance their living by invoking their ability to acquire several
languages. They strive to understand also the languages, which are unknown to them.
Neurological factors in language acquisition and retention play an essential role in learning
different languages. Language acquisition and retention exist in the Arab population as well.
The Arab people have observed an optimistic and rapid variation in the utilization of the
English language in their education and business. This adoption of the English language has
made them literate and empowered them. Problems are still prevailing among Arab learners,
as they struggle to comprehend English and have difficulties in expressing themselves through
English. They are acquiring other languages and retaining their usage in learning, as the
second language becomes strenuous due to lack of motivation. This research paper analyzes
and contextualizes the problems associated with understanding, learning and acquisition of
English as a second language, specifically among Arab learners.

A Review of HR practices and Employee Retention in Hospitality Industry

Kiran Mayi Immaneni; Dr. Vedala Naga Sailaja

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6698-6704

High Employee turnover is one of the major challenges facing the hotel industry and it rather seems to be a worldwide phenomenon. Indian hospitality industry is facing a continued shortage of trained and skilled employees. Turnover results in losses to the organisation in terms of recruitment and training costs, lost morale, low performance, inefficient service delivery and loss of revenue. HR practices contribute to organisational performance. Research has suggested that a combination of HR practices when well planned and implemented had a significant positive effect on employee turnover. By analyzing the domains of knowledge related to HR practices unique to hospitality industry with characteristics typical to the industry such as cyclical and seasonal demand, reliance on low skilled labour, international chains vs. domestic companies, ownership, heterogeneity of firm size, level of services provided, this paper attempts to present a clear cut path for researchers probing the depths of Human resource practices specific to the industry.

PREVALENCE OF TYPES OF SECONDARY IMPRESSION TECHNIQUES USED BY DENTISTS IN COMPLETE DENTURE PATIENTS- A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY

Anupama Deepak; Dhanraj Ganapathy; M. Jeevitha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 1254-1262

Impression making is an important part of replacement of the teeth. In complete dentures, secondary impression techniques play a major role in the fabrication of the prosthesis, as they help in recording accurate borders and extension on the impression. Recording the secondary impression plays a major role in the retention, resistance and support. The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of types of secondary impression techniques used by dentists in complete denture patients. This was a cross sectional study containing sample size of 200. This study was conducted in a university setting. Data was collected from a digital case sheet record and categorised into mucocompressive, mucostatic and selective pressure techniques. Data was then entered in MS Excel Sheets and statistically analysed using IBM SPSS Version
20.0 and graphically represented. Selective pressure impression techniques (42.3%) was the most prevalent type used among dentists. Impression techniques play a major role in the fabrication of denture for its retention, resistance and support.