2016 | 2(27) | 33-45
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Partnerzy czy przeciwnicy – wybrane aspekty relacji między podwładnymi i przełożonymi

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Partners or rivals – chosen aspects of relations between subordinates and supervisors
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In the article the problems of relations between supervisors and subordinates are presented. The author tried to find the answer to the question if they are partners or rivals. Seeking this answer three research goals were to be realized and research hypothesis was to be verified that the way of treating subordinates by supervisors was a key determinant of subordinates’ contentment. The results of the correspondence analysis applied towards the field data allowed to confirm the hypothesis. Six other variables were analyzed in the article too. The character and power of potential dependences between them and respondents’ contentment and their openness to recommend the employer were studied. It allowed for hierarchical ordering of identified dependences and drawing important conclusions having cognitive and applicable value.
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