Master of Arts in Journalism and Media Studies
Journalism and Media Studies
First Committee Member
Paul Traudt, Chair
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Graduate Faculty Representative
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Employee engagement is a fairly new phenomenon that continues to gather the attention of and implementation into organizations. While communication has been identified as a factor affecting engagement, no scientific research has concentrated solely on the relationship between the two. Taking this into account this study sought to find whether there is a relationship between internal communication and employee engagement.
Results indicated that there is a positive relationship between factors of internal communication and factors of employee engagement. The current research found that internal communication is linked to commitment, discretionary effort, and meaningful work; all factors of engagement. In addition, results also indicated that communication channel satisfaction and channel combinations were linked to employee engagement.
Business communication; Communication in organizations; Communication in personnel management; Job satisfaction; Management--Employee participation; Organizational sociology
Communication | Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organizational Communication
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Hayase, Lynn Kalani Terumi, "Internal communication in organizations and employee engagement" (2009). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 1176.
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