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Robinson, D., Perryman, S. and Hayday, S. (2004) The Drivers of Employee Engagement Report 408. Institute for Employment Studies, UK.

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  • TITLE: Exploring the Relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility, Employee Engagement, and Organizational Performance: The Case of Jordanian Mobile Telecommunication Companies

    AUTHORS: Bader Yousef Obeidat

    KEYWORDS: CSR, Employee Engagement, Organizational Performance, Mobile Telecommunication, Jordan

    JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, Vol.9 No.9, September 16, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The aim of this research is to explore the relationship between corporate social responsibility, employee engagement, and organizational performance in Jordanian mobile telecommunication companies. A total of 350 questionnaires containing 37 itemswere used to collect information from the respondents. Multiple and simple regression analyses were conducted to test the research hypotheses. Results of the current study revealed that corporate social responsibility (both internal and external) and employee engagement (vigor, absorption, and dedication) have a significant positive relationship with organizational performance. Also, the results revealed that there is a significant positive relationship between corporate social responsibility (internal CSR and external CSR) and employee engagement. The Baron and Kenny mediation model and Sobel test were used to test whether employee engagement mediated the relationship between corporate social responsibility and organizational performance. The results showed that employee engagement fully mediated the relationship in a significant way. The results of the current study have many managerial implications for mobile telecommunication companies. In order to enhance organizational performance, decision makers must work on creating and maintaining an efficient corporate social responsibility agenda, which would increase employees’ engagement in their work which will lead to improved performance outcomes.