Multigenerational Conflict Impact on Employee’s Engagement and Job Enrichment in the Workplace

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Project Title: Multigenerational Conflict Impact on Employee’s Engagement and Job Enrichment in the Workplace
Author: Krishna Virkar
Advisor: Dr. Tanakorn Limsarun
Degree: Master of Business Administration (International Program)
Major: International of Business Management
Faculty: Graduate Schools
Academic year: 2022
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The 15th National and International Academic Conference “Creating Shared-Value and Innovation for Sustainability” 18-20 January 2023

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Virkar, Krishna. (2022). Multigenerational conflict impact on employee’s engagement and job enrichment in the workplace (Master’s independent study). Bangkok: Siam University.


Abstract

Multigenerational is described as having a diverse range of ages that have different ideas, perspectives, experiences, competence, and expectations. At the present, the more the multigenerational workforce increases, the more conflicts occur in the workplace as each generation comes with contrast. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of multigenerational conflict on employee engagement and job enrichment. The findings indicated that there were workplace values and behavior inequalities among employees by year of birth. Employee engagement was said to be negatively impacted by a multigenerational conflict. The amount of job enrichment among employees at their place of employment increase with less generational conflicts at work. Job enrichment was significantly directly and positively impacted by employee engagement.

Keywords: multigenerational conflicts, employees engagement, job enrichment.


Multigenerational Conflict Impact on Employee’s Engagement and Job Enrichment in the Workplace

Master of Business Administration (International Program), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand

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