Knowledge sharing is the fundamental measure through which knowledge workers can significantly contribute to innovation and eventually the competitive advantage of the organization. Drawing upon the knowledge-based view of firms, the present study aims to examine the moderating role of knowledge sharing on the relationship between HRM practices and knowledge workers’ retention in the healthcare sector. After the COVID impact, healthcare knowledge workers have become a point for wide scholarly discussion and appropriate HRM practices should be implemented to amplify their probability of a longer stay in the organization. Hence, this research has incorporated PLS-SEM for empirical investigation which is based on prior discussions with some healthcare experts. The results propagate that knowledge sharing moderates HRM practices-retention linkage except training and development which is found to be statistically insignificant. The empirical evidence generated could be crucial for researchers and practitioners within the healthcare sector, thereby, extending assistance in establishing world-wide recognition.

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