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Drivers of Employee Engagement at GVK EMRI, Gujarat

Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management

Volume 6 Issue 2

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: Babu Thomas, Sameer Pingle | Author(s) Affiliation:
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Abstract

Employee engagement is one of the most important responsibility of top management in all organizations today, be it profit making or non-profit, small or big. Organizations of all sizes and types have started investing inhuman resource activities to develop and maintain engagement in their human resources. Employee engagement in profit making and non-profit organizations have different dimensions, as non-profit organisations in most cases pay less to their employees. At the same time, they expect highest level of commitment and engagement from employees. The aim of this research is to understand the impact of drivers of employee engagement on employee engagement in GVK-EMRI. Cross tabulation and Chi Square was applied to age and work experience, along with One Way MANOVA with Gender as independent variable. There was a statistically significant difference in drivers of employee engagements based on a respondents gender. A significant difference was reported on various activities of employee engagement, supervisor and senior management, and GVK-EMRI organisation. Opportunities to grow and job enrichment are prominent factors for employee engagement. This research has implications for GVK-EMRI top management, supervisors, and senior managers, as they can use findings of the study to their advantage.

Keywords: Employee Engagement, One Way MANOVA, GVK-EMRI

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