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Title: Employee engagement drivers and their importance on organizational performance indicators. The case study of Nokia Networks.
Authors: Kokkina, Dimitra
Advisor: Magoutas, Anastasios
Keywords: Employee Engagement;Human Resource Management;Organizational Performance
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: Employee engagement has become a popular and powerful concept receiving attention in both the academic literature and business industry. The present research critically examines the existing literature regarding employee engagement and other related psychological constructs such as job satisfaction, job involvement and organizational commitment. Moreover, this case study puts Nokia Networks Athens R&D site under scrutiny and proposes a model based on social exchange theory in order to identify the key determinants and outcomes of employee engagement and also investigate the mediating effect of EE between its antecedents and certain outcomes like job satisfaction, organizational commitment and turnover intention was estimated using single regressions.
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