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Factors affecting Millennials Employee Engagement in Government Sector

Shoaib Raza, Noor ul ain Ansari, Dr. Asad Afzal Humayon, Muhammad Sajjad Hussain, Khurram Aziz

Abstract


These day employee engagement plays a fundamental role in government sector. It is significant for the government to realize that it isn't completely depends on the employees to implement the engagement. This study was directed because of the rising issue of employee engagement among Millennials that have different importance and opinion towards their job. A study was done on a sample of 80 government employees. All three hypotheses were accepted in this study. Results showed that there is a significance relationship between independent and dependent variables. The finding suggests the Pakistani government to adopt better engagement system to retain the employees and improve organizational performance.


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Leadership Support; Training; Reward and Recognition; Employee Engagement; Pakistan

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