Gamification in Human Resource Management Webinar

Marzi, Giacomo, Silic, Marzio, Caputo, Andrea , Bal, Matthijs and Hingley, Martin (2020) Gamification in Human Resource Management Webinar. [Video]

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Gamification in HRM with Giacomo Marzi, Mario Silic, Andrea Caputo, Matthijs Bal and Martin Hingley
In the first part of this video, the authors present the result of an empirical research including 398 employees. Then, they discuss the application of gamification in the human resource management environment together with a debate about the opportunities and the drawbacks associated with the implementation of a gamified human resource management system in the companies.
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In this video Giacomo Marzi, Mario Silic, Andrea Caputo, Matthijs Bal and Martin Hingley explore the increasing pressures associated with the digitalisation of workspaces and the need of the organisations to drive employee satisfaction and engagement. Integrating gamification into the workplace has been identified as a possible strategy to promote employee participation, engagement and loyalty. The findings from a study published in Human Resource Management Journal revealed the effects of specific gamification experiential outcomes related to driving job satisfaction and engagement at work.
In the first part of this video, the authors present the result of an empirical research including 398 employees. Then, they discuss the application of gamification in the human resource management environment together with a debate about the opportunities and the drawbacks associated with the implementation of a gamified human resource management system in the companies.

LINK TO THE FULL TEXT OF THE RESEARCH: https://doi.org/10.1111/1748-8583.12272

Keywords:gamification, human resource management, HRM, Job satisfaction, job engagement
Subjects:N Business and Administrative studies > N600 Human Resource Management
Divisions:Lincoln International Business School
ID Code:42264
Deposited On:10 Sep 2020 09:22

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