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2014 | 1/2014 (45) | 99-112
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Zaangażowanie w pracę – problemy z pomiarem

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The measurement of work engagement – problems and issues
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Celem prezentowanych badań było sprawdzenie przydatności do pomiaru zaangażowania w pracę 17-itemowego kwestionariusza Praca Samopoczucie (The Utrecht Work Engagement Scale – UWES), który w wersji oryginalnej zawiera trzy podskale: wigor (vigor), zaabsorbowanie (absorbtion) oraz oddanie się pracy (dedication). W badanej próbie wykształconych Polaków (N=142) trzy podskale były wysoko skorelowane, co wskazuje na jednoczynnikową strukturę narzędzia. Przetestowano także dwie skrócone wersje 9-itemowe. Najlepsze własności psychometryczne miała 9-itemowa skala stworzona na podstawie analizy kowariancji danych z badanej próby. Jako miarę trafności wskaźnika zaangażowania w pracę potraktowano związek z charakterem czasu pracy. Zgodnie z przewidywaniami, pracownicy mający czas pracy o charakterze zmiennym byli bardziej zaangażowani niż pracownicy o czasie pracy stałym.
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The aim of this study was to examine utility of The Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES) as a tool to measure work engagement. The original version of UWES contains 17 items grouped in three subscales: vigor, absorption and dedication. In the sample of educated Polish people (N = 146) three subscales were highly correlated, indicating that the structure of UWES is rather one than three dimensional. We also tested two shortened 9-items UWES versions. Best psychometric properties (goodness of fit) had 9-items scale developed on the basis of confirmatory factor analysis conducted on collected data. The validity of the UWES was investigated by studying its relationship with work arrangements (variable vs. fixed). As expected, employees with variable work arrangements were more engaged than those with fixed arrangements.
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2014-01-30
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1644-9584
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