Volume 21 No 3 (2023)
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Impact of Employee Engagement on Staff Productivity
A. Ajitha, Dr. P. Ramya
Today's corporate climate is growing more intricate as a result of increased rivalry and technological development. To compete successfully in the healthcare business, a company must provide superior products and services. Employees are a major factor in the success of any service-based business. Because of this, the organisation needs to have employees who can give better service to customers. The aim of the study examines the employee engagement factors influencing the staff productivity at hospitals in Karaikal district. A convenient sampling method was used to gather the data from 138 sample respondent for the final analysis. The study reported that there is 47.4 per cent of the variation in staff productivity is explained by the employee engagement. The result reveals that the employee engagement have a positive significant impact on staff productivity at private hospitals located in Karaikal district.
Employee Engagement, Employee Performance, Productivity, Turnover, Patient Satisfaction.
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