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the relationship between job performance and employee engagement
Work engagement is usually defined as “…active, fulfilling, work-related state full of energy, dedication and concentration” (Schaufeli, Salanova, González-Romá and Bakker, 2002; Bakker, Tims and Derks, 2012b). Work engagement is a positive, work-related state characterized by full of energy, dedication and concentration (Schaufeliet et al., 2006). Vitality refers to the level of vigor and resilience at work. Dedication is characterized by firm commitment to work, meaning and enthusiasm for work. Concentration is a state of being fully concentrated and happily devoted to work. Therefore, dedicated employees are usually energetic and enthusiastic in their work (May, Gilson, and Harter, 2004). As defined by Schaufeliet et al. (2006), participation represents three independent dimensions. Its first dimension is full of vitality, which can be defined as employees with high energy and endurance may show it in their work. The second dimension is dedication, which is characterized by highly dedicated individuals participating in work and experiencing meaning, passion and challenge (Sweetman and Luthans, 2010). The third characteristic of participation is that absorption is defined as a state of being fully absorbed in the work, so that time passes quickly, and it is difficult for people to leave work. Believe that dedicated workers can outperform those who are not so committed, mainly because they create their own work and personal resources (for example, peer/supervisory support); experience positive emotions (for example, enthusiasm, happiness); and mentally and physically It is usually healthier (Bakker et al., 2008).
Job performance refers to role performance, which refers to the results and behaviors that directly serve the formal requirements of the organization’s goals (Motowildo & Van Scotter, 1994). Among other things, Job performance includes meeting company goals and effective sales instructions (Behrman & Perreault, 1982). The definition of job performance emphasizes the means of the organization’s target performance. Engagement is beneficial to both employees and the organization, b