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Empirical Study of the Effect of Employee Involvement on Teamwork

Md Faysal Kabir

Principal, Dumkal Polytechnic College, India
Email: juel.kabir@gmail.com


The purpose of this research is to provide empirical evidence for organizational efficiency through the involvement of employees, using the role of leadership style in the workplace. This review is based on identification indirect factors between the style of leadership and the involvement of employees, leading to organizational efficiency. These tests will be they help manage organizations that give insight into the role of leadership style in employee engagement. A sample of 30 respondents was taken from a private engineering college. The respondents received a structured questionnaire. Statistical tools for correlation, regression analysis, descriptive and demographic analysis were used to check the results. These results were interpreted for the final analysis. This study has been brought into the current literature and gives insight into business in this sector, to understand the role of leadership in building employee engagement through intervening variables that will be lead to organizational efficiency.


Descriptive Analysis;
Employee involvement;
Organizational efficiency;

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Md Faysal Kabir, “Empirical Study of the Effect of Employee Involvement on Teamwork,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, Vol. 2, No. 10, pp. 240-247, 2017.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24999/IJOAEM/02100053


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