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2017 | 30 | 3 |
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Przekonanie o sprawiedliwości rekrutacji internetowej w grupie młodych dorosłych użytkowników Internetu

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W artykule poruszono problem poczucia sprawiedliwości w odniesieniu do procedur rekrutacji internetowej wśród młodych dorosłych. Metaanalizy badań nad poczuciem sprawiedliwości procesu rekrutacji wskazują, że jest ono niezwykle ważne zarówno dla pracodawców, jak i kandydatów do pracy. Wpływając na nastawienie kandydata w stosunku do organizacji, niesie ze sobą szereg pozytywnych i negatywnych efektów. W celu zbadania problemu w przypadku młodych dorosłych (jako osób wchodzących w stadium rozwojowe, którego jednym z głównych celów jest znalezienie pracy) przeprowadzono trzyczęściowe badanie mające na celu określenie postrzeganego poziomu sprawiedliwości procedur e-rekrutacyjnych oraz jego wpływu na ocenę ogłoszenia rekrutacyjnego i rekrutującej organizacji. Na podstawie przeprowadzonej za pośrednictwem Internetu ankiety (N=280) stwierdzono istotne różnice między istotnością dla badanych kategorii sprawiedliwości (przejrzystości, obiektywności, informacji zwrotnej, informacji o pracy i swobodzie wypowiedzi) a przewidywaniami co do rzeczywistego przebiegu rekrutacji internetowej. Ponadto w wariancie eksperymentalnym wykazano, że na ocenę ogólną ogłoszenia wpływ ma wyłącznie zapewnienie sprawiedliwej procedury dostarczania informacji zwrotnej.
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The article deals with the problem of the sense of justice of Internet recruitment procedures among young adults. Meta-analysis of studies on the sense of justice of the recruitment process shows that it is extremely important for both employers and job candidates. Influencing the attitude of a candidate to the organization, it provides a number of both positive and negative effects. In order to investigate the problem, in case of young adults (as people which entering the stage of development, which one of the main goals is to find a job), it has been conducted a three-part test to determine the perceived level of justice of e-recruitment procedures, as well as its impact on the assessment of the recruitment announcement and recruiting organization. On the basis of the Internet survey (N=280), we found significant differences between categories of significance for justice (transparency, objectivity, feedback, job information and freedom of expression) and predictions as to the actual course of Internet recruitment. Furthermore, in the experimental variant we demonstrated that the assessment of the general announcement is only to ensure a fair procedure for the provision of feedback.
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2017
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2018-01-17
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