Engagement and Disengagement at Work

Drivers and Organizational Practices to Sustain Employee Passion and Performance

This book offers a concise summary of cutting-edge research and practical implications about employee engagement. The author presents a clear perspective on the meaning of employee engagement, its antecedents and consequences are presented with evidences. Les mer
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This book offers a concise summary of cutting-edge research and practical implications about employee engagement. The author presents a clear perspective on the meaning of employee engagement, its antecedents and consequences are presented with evidences. Based on latest research results, the book discusses organizational practices which enhance people engagement focusing on the new trends of the HRM domain such as well-being practices, e-HRM systems and social volunteering initiatives. The detailed analysis also takes the recent complaints about the HR function into account. This book emphasizes that modern organizations require passionate people to thriving in a rapidly changing world, and it is important to understand why, despite the growing relevance of employee engagement, disengaged persists.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Engagement Fashion.- Engagement and Disengagement at Work: What's New.- Overview of Employee Engagement Literature. The What and Why Issues.- Overview of Employee Engagement Literature. The How Issue.- People Engagement and New Fashions in HRM Practices: Social Responsibility, Digital Transformation, Happiness and Well-being.- Conclusions and Future Prospects: The Role of HRM Professionals, Managers and Employees in Facing the Socio-Economic Crisis.

Om forfatteren

Barbara Imperatori is Associate Professor of Organization Design and Organizational Behaviour, Dept. of Economics & Business Administration, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan, Italy. She received her Ph.D. Degree in Management and Business Administration at Bocconi University. Her research interests are Strategic Human Resource Management and social media; employment relationships and new employment arrangements; employee and team creativity; organizational solidarity and well-being; hybrid organizations, social enterprise and organization design. Her several contributions have been published in international and national academic and managerial journals and books. Barbara Imperatori has more than 20 years of experience in research and executive education on HRM, creativity and organization design.span>