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2016 | 2/2016 (59), t.1 | 103-117
Article title

Wpływ wybranych czynników na formowanie kontraktu psychologicznego w organizacji

Content
Title variants
EN
The Influence of Selected Factors on the Formation of Psychological Contract in Organizations
Languages of publication
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Abstracts
PL
Kontrakt psychologiczny opisuje relacje wymiany zachodzące między pracownikami a organizacjami. Cechą nadrzędną, charakterystyczną dla kontraktu psychologicznego jest to, że składa się on zarówno z wypowiedzianych, jak i niepisanych wzajemnych oczekiwań i zobowiązań powstałych między dwiema stronami umowy. Celem artykułu jest zaprezentowanie wpływu wieku i stażu pracy na kształtowanie się kontraktu psychologicznego ze względu na zmienne oczekiwane, jak i oferowane przez pracowników w drodze wymiany z pracodawcami. Ponadto wykazano, że wraz z wiekiem i stażem pracy pracownika zmieniają się preferencje w realizowaniu określonego typu kontraktu psychologicznego (tj. transakcyjnego, zrównoważonego i relacyjnego), a także postrzeganie zakresu naruszenia kontraktu psychologicznego. Analizę opracowano na podstawie badań własnych, którymi objęto 800 pracowników z dużych i średnich firm działających na terenie Polski. Wyniki badań wykazały, że warunki kontraktu oraz percepcja jego naruszenia zmieniają się wraz z wiekiem pracowników oraz ich stażem w miejscu pracy.
EN
Psychological contract describes the exchange relationships that occur between employees and organizations. A characteristic feature of the psychological contract is that it consists of both spoken and unspoken mutual expectations and obligations arising between the two parties. The aim of the article is to present the effects of age and seniority on the development of the psychological contract due to the expected values and the values offered by the employees in an exchange with employers. In addition, it has been shown that with age and years of service the employees change preferences in the implementation of a specific type of psychological contract (i.e. transactional, sustainable and relational) as well as the perception of the scope of violation of the psychological contract. The analysis was developed based on the author’s own research, which involved 800 employees of large and medium-sized companies operating in the Polish territory. The results showed that the conditions of the contract and the perception of its breach vary with age of employees and their experience in the workplace.
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Lodzki, Wydzial Ekonomiczno-Socjologiczny, Katedra Pracy i Polityki Spolecznej
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Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
ISSN
1644-9584
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-8d4a6749-fbf6-47f2-9623-72cdf0db55e7
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