—In a world that is changing both in terms of the
global nature of work and the diversity of the workforce,
engaged employees may be a key to competitive advantage.
Companies that understand the conditions that enhance
employee engagement will have accomplished something that
competitors will find very difficult to imitate. This article throws
light on the following objectives:- 1.To define Employee
Engagement 2. To differentiate Employee Engagement from
other constructs 3. To study Antecedents and Consequences of
Employee Engagement 4. To analyze the Measurement issues of
Employee Engagement 5.To present an overview on researching
Employee Engagement 6. To conclude and recommend for
better Employee Engagement in organizations.
—Burn out, Disengagement, Employee
Engagement, Job Involvement.
D. Pradeep Kumar is Professor & Head, Department of Management
Studies, at Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science, Madanapalle,
G. Swetha , Assistant Professor, S.V.College of Engineering,
Cite:D. Pradeep Kumar and G. Swetha, "A Prognostic Examination of Employee Engagement from its Historical Roots," International Journal of Trade, Economics and Finance vol.2, no.3, pp. 232-241, 2011.