The Relationship Between Employee Engagement and Job Satisfaction: A Study on Moroccan Companies

Oyku Iyigün, Abderrahim Tays


Employee engagement is declining, and employees are becoming increasingly disengaged. Engaged employees with a full workforce can mean the difference between a company's survival and success. Employee engagement and job satisfaction are two distinct constructs that have been discovered to be related, and the concept of employee engagement extends beyond job satisfaction. Various studies claim that employee engagement predicts job satisfaction, but other studies find that job satisfaction leads to employee engagement. The aim of this paper is to investigate the relationship between employee engagement and job satisfaction. The study was conducted on 235 employees from various Moroccan companies. Primary data was collected using a questionnaire. A correlation analysis was used to determine the relation between employee engagement and job satisfaction. The results showed significant correlations between employee engagement and job satisfaction.


employee engagement ; job satisfaction

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