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2014 | nr 3 (33) | 119--132
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Mentoring culture as employees' career success factor in Polish organizations

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Changes in employment relationships and the spread of flexible forms of employment call for the search for such methods of employee development that would better fit the needs of both employees and Polish organizations in a turbulent environment. Studies of litera- ture on the subject point out the importance of mentoring culture for the development of employees' competences and their career success. This paper tries to answer the question: in what way creating the culture of mentoring can contribute to employee objective and subjective career success in organizations? This goal will be achieved by presenting the results of a survey research carried out in 155 organizations operating in southern Poland. Generally, the findings suggest that mentoring culture is positively related to subjective success but it is not connected with objective success of employees. (original abstract)
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  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach
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