Satisfaction and Commitment in Work in the Opinion of Employees of the X and Y Generation (on the Example of the Health Care Sector and the Financial Sector in Poland)
Daria Smarżewska , Mikołaj Paweł Kaliszewski
AbstractSatisfaction with the job is one of the main factors determining not only the choice of the workplace, but also the desire to stay in the organization. The level of job satisfaction is related to the level of involvement of a given employee in it. This involvement significantly influences the success that the organization can achieve. Contemporary human resource management is a difficult task for the organization's managers. An additional difficulty is the increasingly visible generational difference in organizations. Generation X and Y differ not only in mentality and professed values, but also in the approach to work and tasks. The purpose of this article was to identify the level of selfcommitment and job satisfaction performed by employees from generation X and generation Y. The authors additionally examined whether there is a relationship between the level of job satisfaction and commitment. The survey was conducted among 89 employees employed in enterprises operating in Poland in the health care sector and in the financial sector.
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Book||Jedlička Pavel, Marešová Petra, Soukal Ivan (eds.): Double-blind peer-reviewed proceedings , vol. 9, no. 2, 2019, University of Hradec Králové, ISBN 978-80-7435-736-7, 600 p., DOI:10.36689/uhk/hed/2019-02-000|
|Keywords in English||Job Satisfaction, Commitment in Work, Generation X, Generation Y.|
|License||Publisher website (books and chapters only); published final; ; with publication|
|Score|| = 15.0, 16-01-2020, manual|
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