Proceedings of the 8th Economics & Finance Conference, London

PERCEPTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT BY EMPLOYEES - RESULTS OF RESEARCH

IZABELA STAŃCZYK

Abstract:

The objective of this elaboration was to present the issue of the perception of organizational support amongst the specialists representing various organizations. A survey research upon the basis of the Survey of Perceived Organizational Support (SPOS) was conducted. The results present the opinions of the respondents relevant to such factors as job satisfaction, satisfaction with the level of completing tasks, regulating completed tasks, the direct perception of organizational support, and also the direct perception of the support provided by a superior. They describe the image of the organization as well. The presented results of research constitute a part of a more extensive survey research, and the research was conducted as a pilot study. The inventories were completed by 40 employees. The respondents were individuals employed in specialist capacities in the following industries: financial and insurances, banks, services, and also in commerce. These organizations, in the majority of them, employ more than 1,000 staff members each, and, as a principle, are the branches of overseas companies. Their organizational-legal form is either a limited liability company, or a joint-stock company.

Keywords: Organizational support, human resources management, commitment, job satisfaction, support of a superior

DOI: 10.20472/EFC.2017.008.011

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