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A. AJITHA 1, and Dr. P. RAMYA 2.

Vol 18, No 03 ( 2023 )   |  DOI: 10.17605/OSF.IO/KVABJ   |   Author Affiliation: PhD., Part Time (External) Research Scholar, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, India 1; Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, Government Arts College, C Mutlur, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, India 2.   |   Licensing: CC 4.0   |   Pg no: 1126-1132   |   Published on: 28-03-2023


The study investigates factors that cause insurance employees to be passionate about their jobs. The research included acquiring knowledge of the idea, learning about and analysing the organisation’s employee engagement rules, collecting and analysing employee input, and suggesting changes. The term “Employee Engagement” is often used to describe the employee’s level of interest in, and commitment to, the company. Organisational efforts toward employee engagement should be fair and equitable, fostering a bond between management and employees. Employee motivation may be affected by a variety of different circumstances. Those factors are crucial to the investigation. Work environment, the organisation’s reputation, working relationships with supervisors and co-workers, training and development and decision-making are independent variables. This quantitative investigation used the survey questionnaire to obtain data from 50 employees. SPSS was utilised as the statistical analysis tool. After researching and analysing the state of employee involvement in the insurance industry, a few changes are proposed to increase it to an optimal level.


Employee Engagement, Work Environment, Organisation Reputation, Working Relationship with Supervisor and Co-worker, Training and Development, Decision Making