Impact of Employee Engagement and Organizational Culture in High Performing Accredited University of Saudi Arabia

Afroze Nazneen, Mohammad S. Miralam, Sayeeduzzafar Qazi


It has been observed and believed that that employee engagement and organizational culture are directly or indirectly linked with organizational performance. Engagement of employees is well aware of the business context, and works with colleagues to improve the performance within the job for the benefit of the organization. Organizational culture is the core competency for an organization. It will impact effectiveness or performance of the individuals, the groups and the whole organization. The purpose of the present study is to find out the level of faculty engagement and perception about the prevailing organizational culture and its relationship with each other. For this purpose 221 faculty members working in various NCAAA accredited University of Saudi Arabia with more than 2 years of working experience were taken as subject using survey method and purposive random sampling techniques were used to collect the data. It has been found that faculty members were revealing high level of employee engagement and moderate level of organizational culture which leads the University to achieve world class NCAAA accreditation. The results were also discussed on the basis of certain demographic variables like gender, level of education etc. and the results were discussed and suggestions were made accordingly.

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