Fostering Employee Engagement through Human Resource Practices : A Case of Manufacturing Firms in Malaysia

@inproceedings{Pengurusan2013FosteringEE,
  title={Fostering Employee Engagement through Human Resource Practices : A Case of Manufacturing Firms in Malaysia},
  author={Jurnal Pengurusan},
  year={2013}
}
  • Jurnal Pengurusan
  • Published 2013
The primary objective of this study is to determine the influence of human resource management (HRM) practices on employee engagement. HRM practices comprise of training and development, financial and non-financial recognition, fringe benefits, and supervisor-subordinate relationship. A total of 306 operational level employees in manufacturing firms in the Northern Region of Peninsular Malaysia reported on HRM practices in their respective organizations as well as their level of engagement at… CONTINUE READING

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