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A STUDY OF EFFICACY OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN ACADEMIC SECTOR (WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ELTON MAYO’S HUMAN RELATION APPROACH)

Dr. Sarita Rana Dr. Goldie Zaki

Abstract


The crux of efficient business is positioned in involving people, valuing their input and resourcefully engaging them in the organization. A manifesto for exceptional organizational performance significantly deals with employee engagement. Employee engagement signifies a workplace approach intended to certify that employees are dedicated towards their organization’s objectives, goals, culture and values and inclined to positively contribute for the success of the organization while ensuring an enhanced sense of self well-being.

Apparently, employee engagement is one of the key drivers of organizational performance. In other words it can be stated as a rightly conditioned workplace circumstances under which all the members of the organization are committed to give their best each day and contribute to the success of the business. More importantly, better engagement results in better productivity, better connection with the institution, self-motivation and sense of self-worth. David Macleod defines employee engagement as, “This is about how we create the conditions in which employees offer more of their capability and potential”.


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