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2016 | nr 5 | 48--58
Tytuł artykułu

Zaangażowanie pracownika a satysfakcja z pracy - modelowanie zależności z wykorzystaniem PLS-SEM

Warianty tytułu
Employee Engagement and Job Satisfaction - Modeling Connections Using PLS-SEM Approach
Języki publikacji
PL
Abstrakty
Artykuł przestawia wyniki zastosowania modelowania równań strukturalnych PLS-SEM oraz analizy modeli wielu grup za pomocą algorytmu PLS-MGA w odniesieniu do badań eksploracyjnych powiązań między satysfakcją z pracy a zaangażowaniem pracownika mierzonym w trzech wymiarach zgodnych z koncepcją skali UWES (Utrecht Work Engagement Scale). Estymowano dwa modele strukturalne różniące się kierunkiem postulowanej zależności, z których do porównań międzygrupowych wybrano model, w którym satysfakcja objaśnia konstrukty UWES. Porównania międzygrupowe wskazują na stabilność części strukturalnej modelu niezależnie od specyfiki organizacji, z której pochodzą dane (badano pracowników trzech przedsiębiorstw o różnej charakterystyce), oraz niezależnie od typu stanowiska pracy (wykonawcze, specjalistyczne, kierownicze). (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
The paper presents the results of structural equation modeling utilizing the PLS-SEM approach, with modeling multi-group comparisons with PLS-MGA algorithm, with respect to research exploring connections between job satisfaction and employee engagement - measured in three dimensions according to postulated in UWES scale (Utrecht Work Engagement Scale) - short version. Two structural models were estimated differing in postulated direction of influence: from engagement to satisfaction, and also in the opposite way, where satisfaction explains the UWES dimensions. Comparisons between groups suggest the stability of the structural model, regardless of the organization characteristics (there were employees of 3 companies with different characteristics compared), and regardless of the type of work (worker-type, professional, and managerial). (original abstract)
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48--58
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie
  • Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie
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