Talent Management in Mediating Competencies and Motivation to Improve Employee’s Engagement

Lenny Ch Nawangsari, Ahmad Hidayat Sutawidjaya
International Journal of Economics & Business Administration, Volume VII, Issue 1, 140-152, 2019

Abstract:

This research aims to analyze the influence of the competence, motivation and talent management towards Employee Engagement in Small Medium Enterprise (SME) in the Tour & Travel sector in Malang by using a quantitative approach and adopting the survey method. The sample used for this research consisted of 101 people. Data were collected using a questionnaire with a five point Likert scale. The data analysis technique used is a Generalized Structured Component Analysis. The results of this research show that: 1) Competence directly and positively influences Employee Engagement, 2) Motivation directly and positively influences Employee Engagement, 3) Talent Management directly and positively influences Employee Engagement, 4) Competence directly and positively influences Talent management, 5) Motivation directly and positively influences Talent Management, 6) Competence directly influences Employee Engagement through the mediation of Talent Management and 7) Motivation directly influences Employee Engagement through the mediation of Talent Management.


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