|Title: THE INFLUENCE OF TALENT MANAGEMENT AND WORK LIFE BALANCE ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT WITH JOB SATISFACTION AS AN INTERVENING VARIABLE
Reisha Setyo Hartanto and Lenny Christina Nawangsari
Amidst intensifying business competition, the focus on Employee Engagement has become pivotal for organizational success. One of the factors believed to play a crucial role in enhancing employee engagement is Talent Management, alongside the balance between work and personal life, known as Work-Life Balance. Additionally, Job Satisfaction is considered a potential factor that could mediate the relationship between Talent Management, Work-Life Balance, and Employee Engagement. This study delves into examining the influence of Talent Management and Work-Life Balance on Employee Engagement, with Job Satisfaction acting as a mediating variable. The research methodology adopted an experimental approach with a quantitative focus. Data were gathered from 97 employees out of a total population of 128, utilizing simple random sampling techniques. Primary data collection involved questionnaires, while secondary data were sourced from the company. Data analysis was conducted using the Partial Least Square method through Smart PLS 4.0 software. The findings of the study indicate that Talent Management and Job Satisfaction significantly and positively impact Employee Engagement. However, Work-Life Balance did not exhibit a significant positive influence on both Employee Engagement and Job Satisfaction.
|Keywords: Employee Engagement, Talent Management, Work-Life Balance, Job Satisfaction.