Analysis of Employee Engagement and its Predictors

  title={Analysis of Employee Engagement and its Predictors},
  author={Vijaya Mani},
  journal={International Journal of Human Resource Studies},
  • Vijaya Mani
  • Published 21 October 2011
  • Business
  • International Journal of Human Resource Studies
Employee Engagement has emerged as a critical driver of Business Success today. Engagement has the potential to significantly affect Employee Retention, Productivity, and loyalty. The study attempts to investigate the level of Employee Engagement and its predictors among the Executive level employees of a reputed Banking and Insurance Software Company in Tamil Nadu, India. The research is based on the primary data collected from 200 executives on a number of parameters related to Employee… 

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