An Investigation of Organizational Effectiveness of a Private Sector of South Odisha: A Structural Equation Approach
Talent management is a buzzword which is shaping the organizational effectiveness in a broader extends in current scenario. The purpose of this research is to observe the connection between talent management practices and organizational effectiveness in addition to examine the employee engagement act as mediating variable between talent management and organizational effectiveness. the outcomes of this study have significant relationships between talent management practices, employee engagement and organizational effectiveness. Though the modern investigation has been widely focused on different countries, this concept has been less explored in existing HRM scenario obtained in emergent country particularly in India. The responses were gathered from the human resources of private sectors and the hypothetical model was experienced through structural equation modeling (SEM) in AMOS. This measuring model is validated through confirmatory factor (CFA). The results of this study support obtainable literature in this area and have imperative implications for the organization.
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