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Description: Employee engagement has become a hot topic in recent years. Despite this, there remains a paucity of critical academic literature on the subject, and relatively little is known about how employee engagement can be influenced by management. Although there is a great deal of interest in engagement, there is also a good deal of confusion. At present, there is no consistency in definition, with engagement having been operationalised and measured in many disparate ways
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Employee Engagement: A Literature Review
Sandeep Kular, Mark Gatenby, Chris Rees, Emma Soane, Katie Truss
ISBN No. 1-872058-39-6/978-1-872058-39-9/9781872058399 Kingston Business School
Kingston University Working Paper Series No 19
Date: October 2008
Contact i
Foreword ii
Introduction 1
Part 1: Conceptualising Employee Engagement 3
Defining Engagement 3
Researching Engagement 4
Antecedents and Consequences of Engagement 6
Employee Engagement in Context 7
Part 2: Engagement and Indivdiual Differences 10
Part 3: Engagement and Employee Involvement 15
Part 4: Summary and Conclusions 18
Part 5: Recommendations 20
References 23
Sandeep Kular
Mark Gatenby
Chris Rees
Emma Soane
Katie Truss
Kingston Business School
Kingston University
Kingston Hill
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey KT2 7LB
e-mail: k.truss@kingston.ac.uk
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