Proceedings of the 1st MICOSS Mercu Buana International Conference on Social Sciences, MICOSS 2020, September 28-29, 2020, Jakarta, Indonesia

Research Article

Employee Engagement Millennial Generation (Gen Y) Reviewed from Leadership Factors, Internal Communication, and Organization Climate

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.28-9-2020.2307358,
        author={Bebi Aulia P.A and Parwoto  Parwoto and Ahmad Badawi Saluy},
        title={Employee Engagement Millennial Generation (Gen Y) Reviewed from Leadership Factors, Internal Communication, and Organization Climate},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 1st MICOSS Mercu Buana International Conference on Social Sciences, MICOSS 2020, September 28-29, 2020, Jakarta, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={MICOSS},
        year={2021},
        month={5},
        keywords={employee engagement leadership internal communication organizational climate},
        doi={10.4108/eai.28-9-2020.2307358}
    }
    
  • Bebi Aulia P.A
    Parwoto Parwoto
    Ahmad Badawi Saluy
    Year: 2021
    Employee Engagement Millennial Generation (Gen Y) Reviewed from Leadership Factors, Internal Communication, and Organization Climate
    MICOSS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.28-9-2020.2307358
Bebi Aulia P.A1,*, Parwoto Parwoto1, Ahmad Badawi Saluy1
  • 1: Mercu Buana University, Indonesia
*Contact email: 55118310030@student.mercubuana.ac.id

Abstract

This research is to examine the factors of employee engagement of millennial generation (GEN Y) to the company in terms of leadership, internal communication and organizational climate. This study uses a quantitative approach to test the proposed hypothesis. The subjects of this study were all employees in the millennial age group at PT. MNC Networks with a total sample of 90 people. The study uses a data collection method with a Likert scale that provides five answer choices. Leadership apparently also has a direct influence on employee engagement in the amount of 22.90%, with a tcount of 4.866 and a P value of 0.000, while for internal communication factors also affect the organizational climate of 16.30%, with a tcount of 3.069 and a P value of 0.002, but for internal communication does not have a direct influence on employee engagement where the significance test results only show 0.10%, with a tcount of 0.370 and a P value of 0.712. Factors of organizational climate turned out to have an influence on employee engagement that is equal to 10.90%, with a tcount of 2.739 and a P value of 0.007. The structural model formed for organizational climate = 0.385 * leadership + 0.415 * internal communication, while the structural model for employee engagement = 0.522 * leadership-0.041 * internal communication + 0.328 * organizational climate.