Pomiar zaangażowania w pracę w sektorze publicznym – propozycja narzędzia na podstawie przeglądu literatury

Konrad Kulikowski

Abstrakt

Work engagement measurement in the public sector – measurement tools proposition based on a literature review

In order to propose a method for measuring employee engagement in public sector, a review of the literature was conducted; 12 original employee engagement questionnaires were found. UWES and MBI-GS were considered as the most appropriate for public sector due to their validity, reliability, support of empirical analyzes and Polish language versions.

 

Słowa kluczowe: engagement, measurement, questionnaires, public sector
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