What are Some Cultural Variances that Explain Differences in Employee Engagement, and What are the Implications of those Differences?
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Conboy, Kaitlyn; Yoon, Joy
As the companies extend their activities at an international level, the human resources management tools, including the employee engagement, need to be developed and diversified to manage differences in culture, economics, and political values. Understanding cultural dimensions and drivers of engagement helps to adapt to the variances in the employee engagement. In this summary, we narrow our focus to the Hofstede’s cultural dimension theory to apply cultural variances to the employee engagement model.
human resources; culture; cultural variances; employee engagement; HR management tools; talent management; drivers of engagement; cultural dimension theory; surveys; senior leadership; recognition; rewards; organizational communication; five dimensions of culture; trust; gender
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