Research topic: engagement

Wiley, Jack; Kowske, Brenda
January 2009
People Management;1/29/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p58
The article focuses on a study that examined aspects of work that drive employee engagement. An annual survey of full-time employees in various countries was used in this study. Some of the drivers of employee engagement identified by the study include confidence in the organisation's future, satisfied with recognition, and corporate responsibility efforts that increase overall satisfaction. According to the study, 48% of employees felt supported by their organisation in their bid to balance their personal and professional lives.


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