Investigating the Relationship of Talent Management on Employee Performance, Employee Engagement and Job Satisfaction
This study investigated the relationship of talent management, employee performance, employee engagement and job satisfaction in Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) sector of Sindh, Pakistan. However, employee engagement also showed mediating effect with talent management and job satisfaction. Primary data obtained through close-ended questionnaire containing seven related choices showing level of agreement or disagreement. Data obtained through convenience sampling which is an item of non-probability sampling. Data obtained from officers and employees of NGOs sector of Sindh, Pakistan. Data analysed and interpreted by Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) and Partial Least Square- Structural Equation Modelling (PLS-SEM). All relationships tested positive and significant including direct and indirect. Since, mediating effect of employee engagement tested positive and significant with talent management and job satisfaction. Despite, it is further suggested that the existing model along with other novel variables can be used in other sectors of the country to further explore and understand the relationships of such variables.
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