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Tranfield et al.  indicate that the process of reviewing the literature is essential for managing knowledge diversity in the context of particular academic studies. This article is a systematicliteraturereview, with the objective of ordering and categorizing prior research on the association between employee engagement and various performance aspects. It identifies gaps in the current state of knowledge, draws conclusions, and highlights the implications based on analysis of selected