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- EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT MODEL : A STUDY OF THAI HOTEL INDUSTRY
- Employee Engagement
- Heroes of Employee Engagement: No.9 William Kahn
- Employee Engagement Theory – The Different Approaches
The employee-work contract has changed, compelling business leaders to build organizations that engage employees as sensitive, passionate, creative contributors. After decades of corporate discourse about the war for talent, it appears that the battle is over, and talent has won.
Employee engagement is a fundamental concept in the effort to understand and describe, both qualitatively and quantitatively, the nature of the relationship between an organization and its employees. An "engaged employee" is defined as one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive action to further the organization's reputation and interests. An engaged employee has a positive attitude towards the organization and its values. An organization with "high" employee engagement might therefore be expected to outperform those with "low" employee engagement. Employee engagement first appeared as a concept in management theory in the s,  becoming widespread in management practice in the s, but it remains contested.
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT MODEL : A STUDY OF THAI HOTEL INDUSTRY
Employee engagement is a fundamental concept in the effort to understand and describe, both qualitatively and quantitatively, the nature of the relationship between an organization and its employees. An "engaged employee" is defined as one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and so takes positive action to further the organization's reputation and interests. An engaged employee has a positive attitude towards the organization and its values.
An organization with "high" employee engagement might therefore be expected to outperform those with "low" employee engagement.
Employee engagement first appeared as a concept in management theory in the s,  becoming widespread in management practice in the s, but it remains contested.
It stands in an unspecified relationship to earlier constructs such as morale and job satisfaction. Despite academic critiques, employee engagement practices are well established in the management of human resources and of internal communications. Employee engagement today has become synonymous with terms like ' employee experience' and ' employee satisfaction '. The relevance is much more due to the vast majority of new generation professionals in the workforce who have a higher propensity to be 'distracted' and 'disengaged' at work.
A recent survey by StaffConnect suggests that an overwhelming number of enterprise organizations today William Kahn provided the first formal definition of personnel engagement as "the harnessing of organisation members' selves to their work roles; in engagement, people employ and express themselves physically, cognitively, and emotionally during role performances.
In , Schmidt et al. Employee engagement is a part of employee retention. Defining employee engagement remains problematic. In their review of the literature in , Wollard and Shuck  identify four main sub-concepts within the term:. Definitions of engagement vary in the weight they give to the individual vs the organisation in creating engagement. Recent practice has situated the drivers of engagement across this spectrum, from within the psyche of the individual employee for example, promising recruitment services that will filter out 'disengaged' job applicants  to focusing mainly on the actions and investments the organisation makes to support engagement.
These definitional issues are potentially severe for practitioners. With different and often proprietary definitions of the object being measured, statistics from different sources are not readily comparable. Engagement work remains open to the challenge that its basic assumptions are, as Tom Keenoy describes them, ' normative ' and 'aspirational', rather than analytic or operational - and so risk being seen by other organizational participants as "motherhood and apple pie" rhetoric.
Prior to Kahn's use of the term in the mids, a series of concepts relating to employee engagement had been investigated in management theory. Employee morale , work ethic, productivity, and motivation had been explored in a line dating back to the work of Mary Parker Follett in the early s. Survey-based World War II studies on leadership and group morale sparked further confidence that such properties could be investigated and measured.
With the wide range of definitions comes a variety of potential contributors to desirable levels of employee engagement. Some examples:.
Eileen Appelbaum and her colleagues studied 15 steel mills , 17 apparel manufacturers, and 10 electronic instrument and imaging equipment producers.
Their purpose was to compare traditional production systems with flexible high-performance production systems involving teams, training, and incentive pay systems. In all three industries, the plants utilizing high-involvement practices showed superior performance. In addition, workers in the high-involvement plants showed more positive attitudes, including trust , organizational commitment and intrinsic enjoyment of the work.
It is often linked to the notion of employee voice and empowerment. Two studies of employees in the life insurance industry examined the impact of employee perceptions that they had the power to make decisions, sufficient knowledge and information to do the job effectively, and rewards for high performance.
Both studies included large samples of employees 3, employees in 49 organizations and 4, employees in 92 organizations. In both studies, high-involvement management practices were positively associated with employee morale , employee retention , and firm financial performance.
Frequently overlooked are employees' unique personalities, needs, motives and goals, which interact with organizational factors and interventions to influence engagement levels. On the other hand, some employees will always be more or less engaged and motivated than others, as the recently operationalized construct of drive implies.
Increasing engagement is a primary objective of organizations seeking to understand and measure engagement. Employee engagement defined by Gallup is the percentage to which employees are fully devoted or happy getting associated with the tasks of an office.
Commitment theories are rather based on creating conditions, under which the employee will feel compelled to work for an organization, whereas engagement theories aim to bring about a situation in which the employee by free choice has an intrinsic desire to work in the best interests of the organization.
Recent research has focused on developing a better understanding of how variables such as quality of work relationships and values of the organization interact, and their link to important work outcomes.
Employee engagement can be measured through employee pulse surveys, detailed employee satisfaction surveys, direct feedback, group discussions and even exit interviews of employees leaving the organization. In an increasingly convergent and globalized world, managers need to foster unique strategies that keep employees engaged, motivated and dedicated to their work. Work—life balance at the individual level has been found to predict a highly engaged and productive workforce.
The family is a cultural force that differs from its values, structures and roles across the globe. However, the family can be a useful tool for global managers to foster engagement among its team. Parental support policy is being adopted among businesses around the globe as a strategy to create a sustainable and effective workforce.
When using parental support as a strategy to enhance global workforce engagement, managers must consider a work-life fit  model, that accounts for the different cultural needs of the family. Global leaders must understand that no one culture is the same and should consider an adaptive and flexible policy to adhere to the needs of the individual level.
Companies may have diverse representation among its workforce that may not align with the policy offered in the external political environment. In addition, as companies expand across the globe, it is important to avoid creating a universal policy that may not adhere to the cultural conditions aboard.
In a study conducted by Faiza et al. Next, it was important for organization to allow employees to influence policy so that the organization could adapt policies to meet employee's needs. Using these two factors with a work-life fit lens, organizations can create more a productive and dedicated workforce across the globe. Engagement has also been applied in relation to volunteers, for example more engaged Scout volunteers are likely to have increased satisfaction towards management.
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The paper is to determine the engagement of employees by various companies during coronavirus pandemic. Organizations nowadays are constantly developing innovative and effective means to engage the employees during this tough time. This paper is a conceptual paper that is based on various research papers, articles, blogs, online newspapers, and reports of World Health Organization. Those organizations doing these kinds of engagement activities for their employees are learning new skills and developing themselves. Human resource managers are persistently evolving innovative, creative, and effective ways to engage the employees in a healthier way during this difficult time. Employee engagement is a workplace attitude that is ensuing all adherents of an organization to give of their excellence every day, committed toward their organization's goals and values. Organizations always remember that employees who are well engaged in an organization will lead to productivity in the place of work, and this generates a higher customer satisfaction and, absolutely, developments in sales and profit in the company.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. The employee engagement model for Thai hotel industry was developed based upon JD-R model of work engagement and grounded in Social Exchange Theory. A self-administered questionnaire was used as a research tool, a total of hotel employees in Thailand were used as a sample. The structural equation modeling techniques was applied to develop suitable model for employee engagement.
Heroes of Employee Engagement: No.9 William Kahn
After reading this guide, you will be able to improve employee engagement in your organization for both general and remote workers. Given the current situation with COVID, many workplaces are turning to remote work, some for the first time. With workers being away from direct supervision, employee engagement becomes that much more important, as an engaged employee is one who can be trusted to competently, consistently perform their job, often going above and beyond their job description to make sure that they are delivering high-quality results.
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Employee Engagement Theory – The Different Approaches
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