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2017 | 2(115) "Zagadnienia metodologiczne badań w obszarze ZZL" [Questions of Research Methodology in the Area of HRM] | 104-126
Article title

Właściwości psychometryczne skali SAT-20 – nowego narzędzia do pomiaru satysfakcji z pracy

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Title variants
EN
The Psychometric Properties of the SAT–20 Scale: A New Tool to Measure Job Satisfaction
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PL
Abstracts
PL
Celem artykułu jest zaprezentowanie skali SAT-20, nowego narzędzia mierzącego cztery czynniki satysfakcji z pracy, a mianowicie: z rozwoju zawodowego, z wynagrodzenia, z wykonywanych zadań oraz z relacji z innymi. Narzędzie opracowano z intencją zastosowania go w badaniach realizowanych na potrzeby diagnozy organizacji. W wyniku przeprowadzonych analiz, zarówno o charakterze eksploracyjnym, jak i konfirmacyjnym, potwierdzono czteroczynnikową strukturę skali SAT-20 oraz oszacowano jej właściwości psychometryczne. Wyniki dwóch badań, w których łącznie wzięło udział N = 1586 pracowników z różnych organizacji, pozwalają uznać SAT-20 za narzędzie rzetelne – alfa Cronbacha dla poszczególnych podskal wynosi od 0,79 do 0,88; oraz trafne – ustalono dodatni związek między badanymi czynnikami satysfakcji z pracy a zaangażowaniem w pracę oraz przywiązaniem do organizacji.
EN
The aim of this article is to present the results of research into the SAT–20 scale, a tool to measure four factors of job satisfaction—satisfaction with professional development, satisfaction with salary, satisfaction with tasks, and satisfaction with social relationships. The SAT–20 was developed for application in organizational diagnosis. As a result of performed analyzes, the fourfactorial structure of the SAT–20 was confirmed and its psychometric properties were estimated. The results of two studies involving a total of N = 1,586 employees of various organizations provide evidence of the reliability of this new tool—Cronbach’s alpha for individual subscales ranges from 0.79 to 0.88—as well as its validity—confirmation of a positive relationship among job satisfaction and work engagement as well as organizational commitment.
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Pages
104-126
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Document type
Research Communiqués
Dates
published
2017-04-15
Contributors
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  • Instytut Psychologii, Uniwersytet Gdański, Gdańsk, Polska, psypj@ug.edu.pl
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Publication order reference
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ISSN
2543-4411
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-37164526-ceba-4e91-8462-73722c4ed321
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