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A Study on Managing Sustainability for Women Employee Engagement with Reference to Finance Sector

Journal: International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research (IJHRMR) (Vol.4, No. 2)

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Page : 25-30

Keywords : Women Employee Engagement; Intention to Turnover; Psychological Climate;

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In today’s scenario the numbers of women employees are increasing in the field of management. The effects of psychological climate may affect their source of livelihoods. The women employees’ who are engaged their jobs which afford responsibility, independence, variety, and time flexibility and leadership opportunities. Women have managed to protect themselves against adverse effects of climate change. Organizations have to realize that in today’s constantly changing business scenario, the most valuable resource that needs to be leveraged is human resource. Understanding employee engagement, measuring and enhancing engagement offers promise of better business performance by ambassadors of the organization who work like entrepreneurs and help sustain organization growth through innovation and lower employee turnover. The study on which this paper is based seeks to ascertain the level of women employees engaged in organizations. Sample for the study consists of 100 women employees in the organization. The factors considered here for Women Employee Engagement are, Psychological Climate, Intention to Turnover Job Fit, Discretionary Action, Affective Commitment, etc. This study is based on how women engaging their works in organization through Psychological Climate and Intention to Turnover.

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