Competing Through Employee Engagement: A Strategic Perspective of Human Resources Agenda

Rr. Sri Handari Wahyuningsih, Achmad Sudiro, EkaAfnan Troena, Dodi W Irawanto

Abstract


This is a general review-based study with finding of research is some analysis from previews research. The author conducted a critical review based on empirical study to understand strategic perspective of developing employee engagement from human resources management. The findings showed that Improvement of business competitiveness requires a paradigm of strategic human resource management placing employees as the key factor of success to drive competitiveness. In addressing this challenge, having employee engagement as the key factor of success is strategic human resource agenda. HR managers need to pay more attention about antecedent of employee engagement in order to develop appropriate programs for business competitiveness. Based on previous research studies, this paper provides a conceptual framework that can be used as reference for future research and stimulating programs of HR department for organizational competitiveness building.The most important contribution of this paper is an introduction of new paradigm of strategic human resources agenda to developing programs in attempt of driving organizational competitiveness in unstable environment.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v10i2.12842

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