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To Assess the Factors Affecting Employee Engagement in Organizations during a COVID-19 Crisis

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Purpose

To identify the steps taken by organizations during the time of crisis concerning Human Capital and understand the impact each of these steps has on the employee engagement for the employees within the organization.

Methodology

Post the literature review, qualitative research is conducted through indepth interviews with the Managers, who were part of the decision-making, in the organizations that went through crisis period (Sample size: 20-30) and a quantitative study is conducted to capture the perspectives of the employees from those organizations (Sample size: 70-100).

Practical/theoretical implication

The study results enable organizations to stay cognizant of the pros and cons of the decisions they make in terms of employee engagement, which helps in successfully overcoming the crisis with minimal traction.

Originality

While there are standalone papers on each topic, this paper converges them coherently to study the overall effect from both employee’s and the organization’s perspectives.

Imprint

Dasarapalli Venkata, Subba Reddy, Vinita Sinha, Aluri Sriharsha. To Assess the Factors Affecting Employee Engagement in Organizations during a COVID-19 Crisis. Cardiometry; Issue 23; August 2022; p.292-309; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.23.292309; Available from: https://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no23-august-2022/assess-factors-affecting

Keywords

COVID-19,  Employee engagement,  Human capital,  Manpower reduction,  Crisis,  Uncertainty,  Qualitative research
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