Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Employee Satisfaction


Human Resources Practice and Employee Engagement: The Mediation of Organizational Support and Employee Satisfaction

Ary Ferdian; Elvira Azis; Arif Partono Prasetio; Muhammad Iqbal Darmawan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1576-1590

Employee’s engagement become interesting topic in the field of organizational behavior. And it is imperative for organization to develop higher engagement. Current study examined the mechanisms that explain the relationship between effective human resource practice and employee engagement. It focuses especially in exploring the mediating role of organizational support and employee satisfaction in those relationships. Data collected using online questionnaire from 231 telecommunication employees in Jakarta and were analyzed using macro process to determine the causal relationship. Result reveals that perceived support and employee satisfaction fully mediate the relationship between effective human resource practice and employee engagement. Partial and sequential mediation effect of both mediators works as the antecedent of dependent variable. The study provides information and practical explanation for managers in telecommunication industry about why and how employee engagement can be enhanced. Future studies still needed to test wider participants from other branches in Indonesia to find out whether our findings can also be found in different circumstances using other method like structural equation model

Impact on Determining Validity and Reliability Revising on Welfare Facilities of Employee Satisfaction in IT Sector

Aruna Dhamija

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 199-210

The term welfare commends the condition of prosperity, wellbeing, satisfaction, success and the advancement of HR. The present examination is an endeavor to recognize the worker welfare programs being directed in IT industry. The study targets to discover how the welfare activities are effecting employee satisfaction. The successful and proficient approaches (statutory and non-statutory) make the worker to play out the activity better, which prompts adequacy of the association and is a factor of representative commitment. As a part of the investigation, various IT companies such as Tech Mahindra, TCS, Infosys employees were chosen to study the welfare facilities and employees satisfaction levels. It is found that welfare activities are showing significant impact on employee satisfaction. Conceptual information was taken through different diaries, magazines and various sites. The primary information became collected through questionnaire from employees of various IT companies. For data analysis Cronbach’s alpha was used for determining validity and reliability of the variables used in this study.