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Gojny-Zbierowska Milena (Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach)
Tytuł
Postrzegane wsparcie organizacyjne : perspektywa wysoce efektywnych systemów pracy
Źródło
Prace Naukowe / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach, 2017, 212 s., rys., tab., wykr., bibliogr. 530 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Zarządzanie personelem, Produktywność, Motywacje, Efektywność pracy
Personnel management, Productivity, Motivation, Work effectiveness
Abstrakt
Praca ma charakter teoretyczno-empiryczny. W części teoretycznej dokonano krytycznej analizy literatury polskiej i zagranicznej. Postrzegane wsparcie organizacyjne jest rozważane z perspektywy teorii społecznej, a zasady wymiany stanowią fundament dla percepcji relacji jako wspierającej bądź nie, dają też kontekst dla interpretacji związku POS z zachowaniami organizacyjnymi oraz postawą pracownika. Nadaje to pracy interdyscyplinarny charakter, gdyż rozważania odnoszą się do wiedzy z zakresu nie tylko zarządzania, ale także psychologii i socjologii. Zagadnienie wysoce efektywnych systemów pracy wywodzi się ze strategicznego zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi. Rozważania dotyczące ich związku z efektywnością organizacji najczęściej opierają się na podejściu zasobowym. W części empirycznej pracy na podstawie analizy literatury przedmiotu zbudowano model badawczy służący analizie związku pomiędzy wysoce efektywnymi systemami pracy a efektywnością organizacji. Przyjęto, że kluczem do wyjaśnienia powyższej relacji jest poczucie wsparcia organizacyjnego. W opisie założeń teoretycznych dla modelu badawczego zaprezentowano wyniki najnowszych badań z zakresu wysoce efektywnych systemów pracy i postrzeganego wsparcia organizacyjnego. W części metodycznej pracy przedstawiono narzędzia do badania wysoce efektywnych systemów pracy oraz poczucia wsparcia organizacyjnego, które zostały opracowane na podstawie istniejących narzędzi w literaturze anglojęzycznej. Efektywność była mierzona skalą konkurencyjności. W celu weryfikacji hipotez wykonano analizy statystycznej związków pomiędzy zmiennymi dla badanych przedsiębiorstw na podstawie przeprowadzonych badań empirycznych. Przedmiotowym zakresem badań była identyfikacja i weryfikacja zależności pomiędzy wysoce efektywnymi systemami pracy (HPWS) a postrzeganym wsparciem organizacyjnym (POS) oraz efektywnością organizacji. Podmiotowym zakresem byli pracownicy średnich i dużych organizacji gospodarczych. Badania zostały przeprowadzone w Polsce w 2015 roku. (fragment tekstu)
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