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2019 | nr 7 | 31--37
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W jakich sytuacjach systemy wysoce efektywnej pracy szkodzą pracownikom?

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In Which Situations are High Performance Work System Harming Employees?
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W artykule skoncentrowano się na omówieniu potencjalnie szkodliwych konsekwencji, jakie systemy wysoce efektywnej pracy (High Performance Work Systems - HPWS) mogą powodować dla organizacji i zatrudnionych pracowników. Przedstawiono rozważania teoretyczne, poparte badaniami empirycznymi innych autorów wskazujące, że HPWS może przyczyniać się do odczuwanego stresu i wyczerpania emocjonalnego, które finalnie przekłada się na jakość wykonywanych czynności zawodowych. Przedstawiono hipotetyczny model tłumaczący, w jakich sytuacjach HPWS przekłada się na zachowania i postawy zatrudnionej kadry. Wskazano również na pytania, na które w przyszłych badaniach empirycznych warto poszukiwać odpowiedzi. (abstrakt autora)
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The article focuses on discussing potentially harmful consequences for organisations and employees caused by High Performance Work Systems - HPWS. Theoretical considerations, supported by empirical studies of other authors, have been presented and indicated that HPWS may contribute to the experienced stress and emotional exhaustion, which ultimately translates into job performance. A hypothetical model explaining the situations in which HPWS translates into the behaviour and attitudes of the employed staff has been presented. Also, questions have been indicated that should be answered in future empirical studies. (original abstract)
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