The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of organizational practices on employee engagement based on 97 sample respondents from a multinational electronics firm that is based in Malaysia.
This paper uses a survey; SPSS and multiple regression analysis.
The three dimensions of organizational practices, namely organizational communication, reward and recognition and employee development, explained 43.2 percent of the variance in employee engagement. This study also evidenced the significant relationship between organizational practices and employee engagement.
This study contributes to the body of knowledge regarding the important influence of organizational practices on employee engagement. The management may use the findings to further enhance organizational practices that lead to more engaged employees.
Suan Choo, L., Mat, N. and Al‐Omari, M. (2013), "Organizational practices and employee engagement: a case of Malaysia electronics manufacturing firms", Business Strategy Series, Vol. 14 No. 1, pp. 3-10. https://doi.org/10.1108/17515631311295659Download as .RIS
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