The Dominant Factors of Employee Value Proposition: Generation Y
The institution compete smartly to attract the generation Y talent from workforce market. After they get the best talent, they face significant challenges to retain them by boosting their motivation, job satisfaction, and engagement in order to achieve outstanding performance. On the other hand, employee value proposition (EVP) is one of the factors to improve the employee’s commitment. The institution with the clear EVP will enhance the employee’s commitment. Many literatures describe about the characteristic of generation Y and also with EVP. But, only few researcher explain about the EVP in the perspective of generation Y. This journal is trying to research what are the dominant factors of employee value proposition (EVP) from the perspective of generation Y. The respondents are the generation Y who work at the one of the institution in Indonesia.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2015
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