ENHANCING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT THROUGH HR PRACTICES, ORGANIZATION CLIMATE AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
Setiadi, Nugroho Juli
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Employee engagement is an indicator that shows the success of human resource management within a company. This paper discusses what hr practices factors that can improve employee engagement, as well as the climatic and work environmental conditions, to strengthen the employee engagement. This study is a verification, which uses quantitative data and qualitative data to support research, such as words or phrases that are arranged in the questionnaire, or interview between interviewer and interviewee. The population in this study were employees of department of claim health providers, with a total of 94 respondents. The findings reveal that the compensation is still the main factor affecting employee engagement, as well as recruitment, job design and a good organizational climate.