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2014 | 2014 2(97) "Zarządzanie poprzez zaangażowanie" | 73-83
Article title

Sprawiedliwość proceduralna a zaangażowanie pracowników

Content
Title variants
EN
Procedural Fairness and Employee Engagement
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
PL
Celem badań własnych było ustalenie związków między poczuciem sprawiedliwości proceduralnej a przywiązaniem do organizacji. Badania przeprowadzono w grupie 300 pracowników różniących się stażem pracy. Uzyskane wyniki potwierdziły przyjęte założenia. Poczucie sprawiedliwości proceduralnej jest istotnym predyktorem wszystkich trzech komponentów przywiązania organizacyjnego: afektywnego, normatywnego oraz trwania. Staż pracy ma istotne znaczenie w wypadku przywiązania afektywnego i trwania.
EN
The purpose behind the research was establishing a relationship between a sense of procedural fairness and organizational commitment. The study involved 300 employees with different levels of seniority. The results confirmed assumptions. The sense of procedural fairness is a significant predictor of all three components of organizational commitment—affective, normative, and continuance commitment. Seniority has an important role in the case of affective and continuance commitment.
Year
Pages
73-83
Physical description
Document type
Research Communiqués
Dates
published
2014-04-15
Contributors
  • Zakład Psychologii Ekonomicznej i Organizacji Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, Gdańsk, Poland, psymn@ug.edu.pl
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
1641-0874
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-4b0317ec-4819-49af-8a03-22d7281c35a1
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