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two new literature review reports published on employee engagement

see my two new reviews of research studies in employee engagement - one is in a peer-review journal and the other is available free online from an organization - The Partnership for Workplace Mental Health / American Psychiatric Association Foundation

Attridge, M. (2009). Measuring and managing employee work engagement: A review of the research and business literature. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health: Employee Assistance Research and Practice, 24(1), 1-16. PDF available for purchase from the publisher of the journal: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a917319415

Attridge, M. (2009, May). Employee work engagement: Best practices for employers. ResearchWorks, 1(2). Partnership for Workplace Mental Health/American Psychiatric Association Foundation. Available from: http://www.workplacementalhealth.org/researchworks.aspx

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Comment by King Tei Attram on March 20, 2012 at 2:44pm

Hello Nemi, Mark and Mark,

I'm writing my thesis on Public Sector Engagement in UK. I'm yet to receive a copy of the first review "Measuring and managing employee work engagement" from my university. However I get a server error when I attempt to download the free "Employee work engagement". If any of you have been successful, could you kindly forward a copy to me at 4mypostgrad@gmail.com

Thanks for your kindness.

Comment by nemi guite on May 4, 2011 at 6:37am

hi Mark,

  I find your writing very helpful for my dissertation. thank you for the link.

Nemi

Comment by Mike Healy on March 11, 2010 at 9:34am
MArk ,

I got "Employee work engagement: Best practices for employers. ResearchWorks, 1(2). Partnership for Workplace Mental Health/American Psychiatric Association Foundation" from the link you posted.

How do I get "Employee work engagement: Best practices for employers. ResearchWorks, 1(2). Partnership for Workplace Mental Health/American Psychiatric Association Foundation" online

Thanks

Mike

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