An Empirical Study on Talent Engagement

Authors

  • Ruma Kumari Student, VIT Business School, VIT University, Chennai, India

Keywords:

Commitment, Employee, Employee engagement, Motivation, Organization

Abstract

Employees are the pillar of any organization. Engaged and motivated employees empower the association to pick up the upper hand. Employee engagement is defined as "the degree to which representatives in their association focus on a person or thing, how hard they work and how long they stay because of that engagement. “This applied paper proposes a structure for connecting with abilities at work that prompts business execution. The paper adds to a superior comprehension of the underlining conditions and cycles of significant worth creation through ability commitment. Employee Engagement is a perplexing phenomenon, with various challenges surrounding degrees of dedication. Subsequently, there are different ways to facilitate interaction, with no single package that fits all associations. While each organisation can define representative engagement in an unpredictable fashion, the way to convincing engagement would be defined in the adaptability of the approach typically suitable for each particular company.

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Published

28-12-2020

How to Cite

[1]
R. Kumari, “An Empirical Study on Talent Engagement”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 12, pp. 157–160, Dec. 2020.

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