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Journal: BEST : International Journal of Management, Information Technology and Engineering ( BEST : IJMITE ) (Vol.3, No. 12)

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Page : 7-14

Keywords : HR Practices; Employee Engagement;

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Employee engagement, also called as worker engagement can be referred to as the binding of organizational members’ selves to their job roles. In today’s, globalized economy organizations had become more dependent on technologies. The concentration of organizations on employees is becoming less. This arises a greater need to connect and engage employees with the work and to provide them organizational identity. Employee engagement plays a major role in the present era, where each and every contribution of employees is counted. Employee engagement programs will be yet another stepping-stone of success for the organizations. Employee engagement is all about creating a positive feel among employees towards organizational goals. Employees should feel satisfied and also proud to work in such an organization. The engagement programs will abet the organization to align the human activities to the organizations strategy. It is not just a process of engaging the employees productively. It also floors the way to ensure that the employees are motivated to put in their best efforts in achieving the organizational goals. The objective behind the current study is to explore and analyze the various employee engagement policies implemented by top companies around the world. The research also aims to give factors measuring employee engagement and suggestions to make an effective employment engagement programs.

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