DO ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE IMPACT EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT? A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HEALTHCARE SECTOR IN INDIA
Healthcare is an important part of what people do, and its role in keeping the economy growing and helping it grow can't be overstated. As a field that relies heavily on people, healthcare needs a committed and engaged workforce to thrive in an environment that is always getting harder. This study looks at how organisational culture affects employee engagement in the healthcare sector and compares the results between public and private healthcare providers. The study hypothesises that organisational culture has no significant impact on employee engagement. Data was collected from 835 employees in various designations in public and private hospitals in the Bathinda region of Punjab. The results of the study suggest that the hypothesis is rejected for private hospitals, indicating that organisational culture significantly impacts employee engagement compared to public hospitals.
Healthcare, Employee Engagement, Organisational Culture