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Employee engagement : a research overview

Brad Shuck (Author)
The field of employee engagement has experienced unprecedented growth over the last three decades. Despite remarkable progress in both practice and scholarship, there remains tremendous confusion about what employee engagement is, what it means, and how organizations can take proactive steps to harness the full power of an engaged workforce. This short-form book provides readers a unique and research-based road map through the rapidly evolving research around employee engagement, including the identification of key literature and theory along with expert, timesaving connections to how theory has informed practice. The author covers the various disciplinary approaches and schools of thought, thematically bridging scholarly literature--including and identifying the historically significant and most current--to better understand how the research is evolving and what new opportunities for scholarship are emerging
Print Book, English, 2020
Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, 2020
90 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
9781032177403, 9781138490604, 1032177403, 1138490601
Ebook version :
The case for employee engagement
What exactly is employee engagement?
The expression of employee engagement
Emerging developments in employee engagement research
The impact of employee engagement
Final reflections on employee engagement