Talent management, organisation culture and employee engagement: the case of National Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC), Uganda
Kambabazi, Jackline Bahizi
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The purpose of the study was to find the relationship between Talent Management, Organisation Culture and Employee Engagement. The research was carried out in selected Branches of National Water and Sewerage Corporation. The researcher used convenient sampling method to select a sample of 163 respondents. Questionnaires were administered to them, were collected after 1 month and were analyzed using SPSS software. The results indicated that there is a significant relationship among the study variables (Talent Management and Employee Engagement: r = 0.61, p ≤ .01; Organisation Culture and Employee Engagement: r = 0.67, p ≤ .01) Regression analysis showed that 50% of the variance in engagement can be attributed to Talent Management and Organisation Culture. The researcher recommended that organisations should implement talent management practices and have a culture based on shared values and beliefs. Organisations should also have continuous skills development of employees by carrying out relevant trainings for the employees. The researcher suggested that a comparative study on the same variables be carried out in other organisations and the same variables should be studied over a period of time to test validity. The researcher concluded that organisations should be committed and support a curiosity to learn among the employees.