Employee engagement in discussion: goals, perspectives and recommendations
Faculty of Management, Comenius University, Bratislava
This paper represents a summary of a debate on employee engagement that was conducted in a Business School setting. in this debate, representatives from key stakeholders group participated in this debate. The debate highlighted several critical concerns. These centered on the contextualization and employee-centered nature as well as the importance of clear goals and ‘framing’ of these activities. The consideration of multiple perspectives in combination with research and practice reports provides those interested in engagement with an overview of the matters that may emerge and need to be addressed prior to and following the implementation of any engagement initiatives.
Employee engagement , Stakeholders , Situated learning , Conflict
Jeske, D., Sheehan, M., Linehan, C. and Moran, M. (2017) ‘Employee engagement in discussion: goals, perspectives and recommendations’, Journal of Human Resource Management, 20(2), pp. 21-29.
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