Employee Performance as affected by the digital Training, the digital Leadership, and subjective wellbeing during COVID-19

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Dr. Sameh Mohamed Mohamed


This study aims to shed light on how digital training and leadership might affect millennial generation employees' performance in today's work environment, as the COVID-19 epidemic needs an increasing amount of online labor in today's workforce. Millennials, unlike earlier generations, are technologically literate, driven to succeed rapidly, give up easily, and expect instant gratification. This study's demographic consists of millennial generation employees at The October 6 University in Cairo, Egypt.
A total of 300 samples were gathered. A proportionate random sampling procedure and the side probability method were employed. Survey methodologies and Structural Equation Modeling were used in the study, which employed an associative quantitative strategy. Data was gathered by administering surveys to millennial-generation employees, and then the Lisrel 8.5 application was used to process the data. The findings of this study suggest that digital training, digital leadership, and subjective well-being all have a favorable effect on job motivation. Second, digital training, digital leadership, subjective well-being, and work motivation all improve employee performance. According to the findings, digital training, digital leadership, and subjective health are all factors that must be taken into consideration by companies to keep employees motivated and maintain optimal employee performance, especially during the COVID-19 epidemic, while working online.

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