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2018 | 538 | 204-215
Article title

Siła praktyk personalnych w kreowaniu zaangażowania pracowników

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Title variants
EN
The strength of HRM practices in creating employee commitment
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PL
Abstracts
PL
Celem artykułu jest wykazanie wpływu wybranych praktyk personalnych na generowanie wyników przedsiębiorstwa za sprawą budowania odpowiednich postaw pracowników. Zmiennymi objaśnianymi są w tym przypadku postawy pracowników, takie jak: zaangażowanie w pracę, przywiązanie organizacyjne i zaangażowanie w profesję. W literaturze przedmiotu wskazuje się, że zaangażowanie pracowników stanowi dźwignię behawioralną w uzyskiwaniu przez organizacje wysokiej wydajności, jakości i innowacyjności. Jednocześnie wciąż istnieje luka badawcza w zakresie identyfikacji uwarunkowań i czynników prowadzących do zwiększania zaangażowania i przywiązania organizacyjnego. Dotyczy to min znaczenia w tym procesie tzw. praktyk personalnych. Przeprowadzone w opracowaniu analizy na próbie 238 badanych wykazały wpływ poszczególnych praktyk na zaangażowanie pracowników, przy czym najbardziej istotne dla testowanych postaw okazały się możliwości rozwoju kariery a w dalszej kolejności dostęp do informacji o praktykach personalnych
EN
The aim of the paper is to demonstrate the impact of selected human resource management practices on company results made through employee attitudes’ building. Dependent variables in this case are represented by job involvement, organizational commitment and professional commitment. The literature indicates that employee involvement and commitment create a behavioral lever for achieving high efficiency, quality and innovativeness by organizations. At the same time, there is a research gap regarding identification of factors supporting an increase of employee involvement as well as their organizational and professional commitment. This concerns, among others, the relevance of HR practices in the process. Our analyses, conducted on a sample of 238 respondents, show the impact of specific HR practices on dependent variables. Career development opportunities turned out to be the most significant in the process. Access to information about HRM practices in an organization appeared as the next important factor in this regard.
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