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2016 | 2(27) | 81-90
Article title

Uwarunkowania zaangażowania organizacyjnego pracowników – przykład inżynierów

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Determinants of organizational commitment (on the example of engineers)
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The paradox of the modern labor market which relies on the talent deficit in conditions of high unemployment rate tends to have a closer look at the category of organizational commitment. It is a specific relationship between an employee and an organization employing them, which means the identification with the goals and values of organizational readiness to act on its behalf and desire to stay in it. The aim of the article is to assess the organizational commitment of engineers and identify the factors affecting it. In the theoretical part of the article an analysis of terminology problems occurring in relation to the category of organizational commitment have been presented. For the studies the concept of organizational commitment by J.P. Meyer and N.J. Allen has been adopted. The concept consists of three dimensions: emotional, duration and normative. In the research part the results of research on the assessment of the level of organizational commitment of staff members in engineering (sample of 453 subjects) have been discussed and the relationship between organizational commitment and socio-demographic characteristics and evaluation of human resource management elements has been examined. The studies have shown that in a group of engineers the organizational commitment shows a significant statistical relationship with age of employees and a form of employment. This category is also affected by human resource management in a company.
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