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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.5.NQ22665

A Study of Mediation Analysis on Employee Engagement through Personal factors, Organizational factors, and Job-Related factors

Rathinavel Rajan S, Dr.N.Santhosh Kumar

Abstract

Employee Engagement has become a vitalfactor for human resource departments' activities in recent years, and many researchers have concluded that employee engagement could be a critical aspect in ensuring successful corporate operations. As a result, the goal of this research is to investigate the notion of employee engagement, concentrating on the factors, critical determinants, and impacts of employee engagement, as well as identify gaps in previous engagement research. In addition, the research aims to create a conceptual framework on which future research findings can be built. The study focused to measure and analyse the influence of organizational related factor , Personal factor, and job-related factors toward employee engagement. Added to that is there are any mediating effect on employee engagement through personality traits of the employees, not conclude that is there any intervening effects other factors like organizational climatic determinants and Job- Related factors. A total of 542 participants were polled, and the data analysed using SEM (Structural Equation Modelling Technique). Personal variables had a considerable mediating impact on employee engagement, according to the findings of this study, and strangely, the office environment, as well as team and co-worker connections, had a substantial impact. Employee performance was significantly influenced by personal characteristics. This study suggests and promotes bolstering the synchronous alignment of organisational and job-related factors to boost disengaged employees' self-satisfaction, while forming this normal curve synchronisation with personal factors would help employees stay longer, resulting in the accomplishment of assigned goalsas referred Helen Murlis and Peggy Schubert (2001).

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Employee Engagement has become a vitalfactor for human resource departments' activities in recent years, and many researchers have concluded that employee engagement could be a critical aspect in ensuring successful corporate operations.

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