An Investigation into Employee Engagement and its Impact on Organisational Performance

A Case Study of Northlands Medical Group, Namibia
GRIN Verlag
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  • erschienen am 11. Februar 2020
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  • 99 Seiten
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Master's Thesis from the year 2019 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 0,74, , course: Master of Business Administration, language: English, abstract: The aim of this research was to evaluate employee engagement within Northlands Medical Group, Namibia and its potential impact on organisational performance. The company management made a realisation that there was a dearth of robust information regarding employees' engagement levels, as well as their intentions to quit or stay, and factors influencing these. This was a quantitative survey study and a structured questionnaire was used to ascertain the factors affecting employee engagement. The survey was conducted telephonically to a study population of 80 respondents. The study population was randomly selected from the company database of all the employees. Employee performance and the nature of interaction with customers are critical in the service industry such as the health care industry. Employee engagement, a contemporary concept linked to employee job satisfaction and motivation, has been well recognised in the literature as being sturdily correlated with their performance, presentism, and advocacy and retention intentions. Therefore, organisations need to empirically and robustly measure employee engagement amongst their staff complement, and determine factors that may influence it, so as to take evidence-based remedial action. Findings from primary research pertaining to the factors affecting engagement levels of the employees at Northlands Medical Group revealed that there were 3 main factors that affect employee engagement namely emotional, cognitive/mental and physical energy factors. The majority of the Northlands Medical Group employees have been found to be actively engaged in all the three major factors that affect engagement. In relation to describing the relationship between employee engagement and organisational performance, findings revealed that there is a very strong connection between employee engagement and organisational performance. The primary research findings revealed that the majority of the Northlands Medical group employees were fully committed to their job, the organisation and they have great advocacy for the company to potential employees and clients. This could be a sign of active engagement and in turn, organisational performance thrives from that.
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