Finding the Contextual Gap Towards Employee Engagement in Financial Sector: A Review Study

  title={Finding the Contextual Gap Towards Employee Engagement in Financial Sector: A Review Study},
  author={Habiba Akter and Ilham Sentosa and Sheikh Muhamad Hizam and Waqas Ahmed and Arifa Akter},
  journal={International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences},
  • H. AkterI. Sentosa Arifa Akter
  • Published 29 May 2021
  • Business
  • International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences
5, 2021, Pg. 737 - 758 Abstract This review paper identifies the core evidence of research on employee engagement, considering a stern challenge facing the financial sector nowadays. The study highlights the noteworthy knowledge gaps that will support human resource management practitioners to embed in the research towards sectoral context. Pertinent articles were selected through key search points. The Boolean logic (e.g., AND or OR) was applied to identify the relationship between search… 

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