Vpliv organizacijske klime na medsebojne odnose, zadovoljstvo in zavzetost zaposlenih

Sandi Povše
2018 Revija za Univerzalno Odličnost  
Research Question (RQ): In the experimental research, we asked the fundamental question whether the organizational climate in the organizations affects the interpersonal relations, job satisfaction and commitment of the employees in the territory of the Republic of Slovenia (for the experimental research, 46 surveys were obtained from all over Slovenia). Purpose: The purpose of the research is to determine the current organizational climate in the Republic of Slovenia. Using a survey
more » ... a survey questionnaire, we would like to explore the common perception of the working environment as seen by employees. Method: The research was based on the data we collected using a survey questionnaire created using the online application 1KA, and distributed via e-mail and the social network of Facebook. The questionnaire itself consists of 17 questions and 88 variables. Anonymity is provided in a way that data are not collected through which it would be possible to identify an individual respondent. The data were analyzed using the Shapiro-Wilkes test, the Spearman correlation test, the Pearson correlation method, the Kruskal-Wallis test, and the ANOVA for independent samples. Results: From the results of the Spearman test, the correlation for H1 shows that the measurements are statistically significant positively related, and thus we accept H1 hypothesis, that is, the organizational climate influences the mutual relations of employees. The results of the Spearman H2 test show that there is a strong statistically significant positive link between the Organization Climate and Employee Satisfaction, so that H2 is also accepted. From the results of Pearson's correlation, we see a very strong positive link between the measurements of the Organizational Climate and Employee Engagement, and H3 is confirmed. The results of the Kruskal-Wallis test show that there are no statistically significant differences between groups H4, therefore H4 is not accepted. The Kruskal-Wallis test for H5 offers us the result that there are no statistically signifi [...]
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