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2013 | T. 5, Nr 1 | 693--716
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Mobbing and Bullying within the Organization: Socio-demographic Portrait of the Victim

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Mobbing i drwiny w organizacji: socjodemograficzny portret ofiary
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Abstrakty
Celem przedstawionego w artykule badania jest bliższe poznanie fenomenu zjawiska mobbingu i drwin w kontekście socjodemograficznym, na przykładzie organizacji działających na Litwie, dążąc do poszerzenia wiedzy o mobbingu i drwinach w aspekcie międzykulturowym i uzupełnienia mię- dzynarodowej bazy badań. Badanie empiryczne zostało przeprowadzone na podstawie "Kwestionariusza diagnostycznego mobbingu idrwin w stosunkach pracowniczych". Narzędzie to zostało samodzielnie opracowane przez autorów artykułu, sprawdzone i zatwierdzone metodami statystycznymi. Próba badawcza (1231 respondentów, reprezentujących 20 dziedzin działalności zawodowej) oraz dobrane metody statystyczne pozwalają na ekstrapolację wyników na całą badaną populację. Badanie dostarcza empirycznej informacji o występujących w organizacjach badanej populacji procesach socjodemograficznych. Potwierdzono statystycznie istotny związek między drwinami/mobbingiem a dziedziną działalności zawodowej, stanowiskiem, wykształceniem, wiekiem ofiar. Dokonano również oceny związku między stażem pracy pracowników a występowaniem w organizacjach zjawiska mobbingu/drwin. Zaakcentowany nacisk na korelację drwin i mobbingu w aspekcie socjodemograficznym, daje podstawy do zdiagnozowania problemowych obszarów zadań kierowniczych. Wyniki niniejszego badania empirycznego są podstawą do ustalenia kierunków podejmowanych decyzji kierowniczych, w celu prewencji drwin/ mobbingu i interwencji w tym zakresie oraz do zachęcenia do dyskusji na temat destruktywnych wzajemnych stosunków w pracy. Celem tych działań jest poszukiwanie rozwiązań prowadzących do ściślejszego współdziałania oraz minimalizacji konfliktów.(abstrakt oryginalny)
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The purpose of the paper is to describe the occurrence of mobbing and bullying phenomena from socio-demographic point of view, using the example of organizations in Lithuania in order to extend the knowledge about mobbing and bullying from an intercultural aspect and thus contributing to the international research base. The empirical research was carried out using the original design formatted by the authors of this article, tested by statistical methods and the approved instrument "The diagnostic questionnaire on mobbing and bullying in employee relations".The research involved 1231 respondents, representing 20 areas of professional activities, which have been identified on the basis of The Classification of Economic Activities. The sample of the research and selected statistical methods allow for the extrapolation of the results to cover the entire investigated population. The research provides empirical facts and defines socio-demographic aspects which are relevant to the organizations of the population investigated.A statistically significant relationship between bullying/mobbing and the sphere of professional activities, position, education and the age of the victims was confirmed. The relationship between employees' length of service and mobbing/bullying in organizations was also evaluated.On the basis of the results of this empirical research, the directions of managerial decisions for the prevention and intervention of bullying/mobbing are pointed out, and the debate on destructive workplace intercommunion is encouraged in pursuance of closer interaction and conflict mitigationsolutions.(original abstract)
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  • Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas
  • Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas
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