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Pollak Anita (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach), Chrupała-Pniak Małgorzata (Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach)
Title
Czy zaangażowani pracownicy zarabiają więcej? : moderująca rola wymagań pracy w relacji zaangażowania do wynagrodzenia
Do Engaged Employees Earn More? : the Moderating Role of Work Demands in the Relationship between Work Engagement and Remuneration
Source
Zarządzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi, 2019, nr 3-4, s. 149-162, tab., bibliogr. 44 poz.
Keyword
Zaangażowanie pracowników, Wynagrodzenia, Motywacja do pracy
Employees' engagement, Remuneration, Work motivation
Note
streszcz., summ.
Abstract
Zaangażowanie w pracę jest jednym z kluczowych czynników przewagi konkurencyjnej przedsiębiorstwa. Badania dostarczają dowodów na istnienie związku między zaangażowaniem w pracę i produktywnością firmy lub zwrotem z inwestycji. Natomiast relacje zaangażowania do indywidualnej efektywności w postaci wypracowanego dochodu nie zostały jednoznacznie potwierdzone. Przeprowadzona analiza moderacji ujawniła dość nieoczekiwanie, że relacja między zaangażowaniem i dochodem jest istotna statystycznie i ujemna. Dotyczy to pracowników z niskim poczuciem zagrożenia, którym nie przeszkadzają nieprzyjemne warunki pracy oraz którzy nie czują się psychicznie obciążeni pracą, natomiast czują się w niej doceniani. W pozostałych przypadkach nie potwierdzono związków między zaangażowaniem w pracę i uzyskiwanym dochodem. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Work engagement is one of the crucial factors in a company's competitive advantage. Research provides proof of a relationship between work engagement and productivity or ROA. However, research on individual effectiveness in the form of earnings has not provided such conclusive results. Analysis of moderation has revealed that the relationship between work engagement and income is statistically significant and negative, but only in the group of employee with a low sense of threat who are not troubled by unpleasant working conditions, who do not feel psychologically burdened by work, but who do feel underappreciated. In other cases, the relationship between work engagement and income was not confirmed. (original abstract)
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2543-4411
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