Role of HR Practices in Workplace Attitude and Values System of Millennials: A Study of Indian Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs)
Much has been written and researched about the workplace attitude and values system of the Millennials. However, much is not known about the role HR practices play in influencing these and leading to Higher engagement level, performance and intention to stay/leave. The present paper aims to examine how HR practices influence workplace attitude and Values system of millennials and facilitate their integration with the organisation. Employee engagement. Employee performance and turnover intention among millennials are a function of workplace attitude and values system that HR practices can influence to the benefit of the organisation. Under the theoretical underpinnings of Social Exchange Theory (SET) a model was proposed and tested using SPSS version 21 and AMOS. The results indicate that Rewards & Recognition, Training & Development and Job Security significantly influenced Employee Engagement. Further Employee Engagement significantly influenced Employee performance. However, no significant relation was found between Employee Engagement and Turnover Intention. The implications and limitations of the studies are further discussed.