Proposed Improvement of Talent Management in Regional-Owned Enterprises (BUMD) Services and Tourism in West Java Using Structural Equation Modeling Method

Rahma Fauziyah, Christanto Triwibisono, Sri Martini

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Abstract

Ownership of quality human resources in the long term amid current conditions is the most important asset for the organization in maintaining its business. As was done by one of the local government companies in West Java. The company is engaged in services and tourism and implements a talent management system in preparing its human resources. Not only that, this program is carried out to improve the performance of the burglarized employees. Previous research stated that the existence of a good talent management design will have a positive influence on the performance of company employees, especially in some developing countries. Then it is known that the implementation of talent management in this company is still not accompanied by a good design. This condition causes companies to struggle to maintain the performance of their employees. Moreover, the absence of employee involvement also affects the improvement of employee performance. There have been many studies involving the influence between talent management and employee performance, but only a few have involved employee engagement factors in their research, especially in companies engaged in services and tourism. This study was developed to fill this out. The authenticity of this study lies in employee engagement as an additional factor in the model proposed from previous studies. This research then makes the employee engagement factor a mediating variable.

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