Literature Review On Employee Engagement

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“The key talent management challenge for Indian companies is how to keep workforces highly productive and at the same time, satisfied, engaged and committed.” Accenture research report 2007 Employee engagement is the level of commitment and involvement an employee has towards his organization and its values. Today in this changing scenario, where every opportunity for a student has a scope of growth, teachers are bestowed with the responsibility for shaping the youth. Therefore the institution is bound to engage their employees in continuous development programs, which will lead to job satisfaction. Our paper focuses on how employee engagement is an antecedent of job involvement and what the institution should do to make the employees engaged.For…show more content…
(2008) explored five key areas: What does ‘employee engagement’ mean? How can engagement be managed? What are the consequences of engagement for organizations?; How does engagement relate to other individual characteristics?; How is engagement related to employee voice and representation? Robertson-Smith and Markwick (2009) throw light on what engagement is and reveals that it is an important yet complex challenge. Simpson (2009) discussed that the current state of knowledge about engagement at work through a review of the literature. This review highlighted the four lines of engagement research and focuses on the determinants and consequences of engagement at work. Susi &Jawaharrani (2011) examined some of the literature on Employee engagement, explore work-place culture & work-life balance policies & practices followed in industries in order to promote employee engagement in their organizations to increase their employees’ productivity and retain them. Work-life balance is key driver of employees’…show more content…
She revealed that an organization should realize the importance of employees, more than any other variable, as the most powerful contributor to an organization’s competitive position. BijayaKumarSundaray (2011) focused on various factors, which lead to employee engagement, and what should company do to make the employees engaged. Proper attention on engagement strategies will increase the organizational effectiveness in terms of higher productivity, profits, quality, customer satisfaction, employee retention and increased adaptability. Siddhanta& Roy (2012) explored implications for theory, further research and practices by synthesizing modern 'Employee Engagement' activities being practiced by the corporate with the review of findings from previous researches / surveys. Singh & Shukla (2012) tried to find out what variables are significant to create an engaged workforce. The study was exploratory in nature and the data has been collected from a tin manufacturing

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