Determinants of Millennials Employee Engagement in Indonesia Systematic Literature Review

Ramadhani, Febby Ayu and Suryani, Tatik (2022) Determinants of Millennials Employee Engagement in Indonesia Systematic Literature Review. In: The 4th International Conference on Business and Banking Innovations (ICOBBI) 2022.

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Based on the 2020 census conducted by Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) Indonesia, 25.87 percent or as much as 69.90 million Indonesian are Millennials; this makes millennials the majority population and the backbone of the Indonesian economy. Along with the globalization and the development of science and technology In Indonesia that caused global competition and a shift in most workforce generation, many companies face changes in most productive age employees from baby boomer to millennials. This generation is unique; they can be one of the most skilled groups in the company. But, they have higher expectations and demand for a balance between work and personal life) to the perceived low level of engagement to work and companies. According to that, now is the right time for human resources (HR) to take this opportunity to create a compelling and appropriate strategy to increase employee engagement and get the best millennial talent needed by the company. This study explores factors antecedents of employee engagements based on a systematic review from theory and previous research related in many countries and analyzed based on millennials employees in Indonesia context. Therefore, it can be proposed propositions formulation: reward & recognition, work-life balance, training & development, perceived supervisor support (PSS), and perceived organizational support (POS) are the main determinants of millennials' employee engagement in Indonesia. The implication in this study, it is preferred to conduct empirical research to examine the propositions. Keywords: Millennials, Employee Engagement, Work-Life Balance, Training & Development, Perceived Supervisor Support (PSS), Perceived Organizational Support (POS).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions: ICOBBI (International Conference of Business and Banking Innovations)
Depositing User: Perpustakaan Universitas Hayam Wuruk Perbanas
Date Deposited: 27 Jun 2022 04:39
Last Modified: 28 Jun 2022 03:37

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