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2018 | nr 29 | 197--211
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Różnice między kobietami i mężczyznami w postrzeganiu zachowań kontrproduktywnych w pracy na przykładzie policji

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The Differences between Females and Males in their Perceptions of Counterproductive Work Behavior (a Case Study of the Police Force)
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PL
Abstrakty
Artykuł podejmuje problem postrzegania zachowań kontrproduktywnych w pracy. Podstawowym celem przeprowadzonego badania było sprawdzenie, czy istnieje zależność pomiędzy płcią a poziomem zaobserwowania zachowań kontrproduktywnych w specyficznym środowisku zawodowym jakim jest policja. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The article deals with the problem of perception of counterproductive behaviors at work. The basic aim of the research carried out by the authors was to examine whether there exists a dependence between the sex and the level of observed counterproductive behaviors in the police force - a most specific professional environment. (original abstract)
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Twórcy
  • Wyższa Szkoła Bankowa we Wrocławiu
  • Politechnika Opolska
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