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Mendryk Iwona (Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie), Rakowska Anna (Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie)
Tytuł
Wpływ postrzeganego wsparcia organizacji na poziom zadowolenia z pracy i dobrostan pracowników w różnym wieku : wyniki badań
The Impact of Perceived Organizational Support on Job Satisfaction and Well-Being of Employees at Different Age : Study Results
Źródło
Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, 2016, t. 17, z. 2, cz. 3, s. 61-73, rys., tab., bibliogr. 48 poz.
Entrepreneurship and Management
Tytuł własny numeru
W stronę różnorodności - nowe wyzwania w zarządzaniu organizacją i potencjałem społecznym
Słowa kluczowe
Zarządzanie wiekiem, Zadowolenie z pracy, Wyniki badań
Age management, Job satisfaction, Research results
Uwagi
summ., Badania finansowane z grantu nr 2013/09/B/HS4/01311, "Potencjał kompetencyjny wybranych grup pracowników w aspekcie zarządzania różnorodnością w innowacyjnych przedsiębiorstwach".
Abstrakt
Celem prezentowanego opracowania jest wykazanie związku pomiędzy postrzeganiem wsparcia oferowanego przez organizację (ukierunkowanego na rozwój pracowników oraz ukierunkowanego na wspieranie innowacyjności) a zadowoleniem z pracy i dobrostanem pracowników oraz określenie siły tego związku. Realizacji tego celu podporządkowane zostały badania, przeprowadzone w dwóch grupach pracowników: starszych wiekiem (50 lat i więcej) oraz młodszych (do 30 roku życia). Analiza statystyczna uzyskanych wyników pozwoliła na zaprezentowanie wniosków, które wpisują się w dyskusję nad możliwościami implementacji rozwiązań dla potrzeb zarządzania różnorodnością. Jednocześnie możliwe stało się sformułowanie rekomendacji dla ZZL. (fragment tekstu)

The article presents the results of research carried out among 1365 employees representing 40 innovative Polish companies. The aim of the study was to find an answer for the question, if the perception of the organizational support, directed on employees development and on innovation, is related with job satisfaction and employees wellbeing. Based on the literature review, there were made two assumptions. According to the first, employees support in development results in greater job satisfaction and better well-being. Similarly, the perceived support for innovation results in greater job satisfaction and better well-being. The study results confirmed the existence of a statistically significant relationships between the perception of organizational support and job satisfaction and wellbeing of respondents representing different age groups. However in the group of younger respondents (under 30 years old) the job satisfaction is primarily affected by organizational actions directed towards their development, while in the group of older employee (50 years old or more) job satisfaction is primary influenced by perceived support for innovation. (original abstract)
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