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Organisationsklimatets betydelse för anställdas välbefinnande

Clapham, Sara and Lord, Marie (2006)
Department of Psychology
Abstract
The main aim of the study was to examine the importance of organizational climate for affective job-related wellbeing. A further aim was to investigate potential differences in employee level in the experience of organizational climate and wellbeing. Another purpose was to see if there was agreement in the view of the organizational climate among the employees. Questionnaires were collected from 44 employees at a chain store. Results showed that Integration, Involvement, Supervisory Support, Training, Welfare, Innovation and Flexibility, Goal Clarity, Efficiency, Effort, Performance Feedback, Pressure to Produce and Quality had a great influence on Enthusiasm but only Pressure to Produce and Welfare correlated with Anxiety. Small... (More)
The main aim of the study was to examine the importance of organizational climate for affective job-related wellbeing. A further aim was to investigate potential differences in employee level in the experience of organizational climate and wellbeing. Another purpose was to see if there was agreement in the view of the organizational climate among the employees. Questionnaires were collected from 44 employees at a chain store. Results showed that Integration, Involvement, Supervisory Support, Training, Welfare, Innovation and Flexibility, Goal Clarity, Efficiency, Effort, Performance Feedback, Pressure to Produce and Quality had a great influence on Enthusiasm but only Pressure to Produce and Welfare correlated with Anxiety. Small differences were shown between managers and non-managers, only concerning Welfare, Innovation and Flexibility and Tradition and not regarding wellbeing. Interclass correlation showed that there was agreement among employees in their view of the organizational climate. (Less)
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  abstract     = {The main aim of the study was to examine the importance of organizational climate for affective job-related wellbeing. A further aim was to investigate potential differences in employee level in the experience of organizational climate and wellbeing. Another purpose was to see if there was agreement in the view of the organizational climate among the employees. Questionnaires were collected from 44 employees at a chain store. Results showed that Integration, Involvement, Supervisory Support, Training, Welfare, Innovation and Flexibility, Goal Clarity, Efficiency, Effort, Performance Feedback, Pressure to Produce and Quality had a great influence on Enthusiasm but only Pressure to Produce and Welfare correlated with Anxiety. Small differences were shown between managers and non-managers, only concerning Welfare, Innovation and Flexibility and Tradition and not regarding wellbeing. Interclass correlation showed that there was agreement among employees in their view of the organizational climate.},
  author       = {Clapham, Sara and Lord, Marie},
  keyword      = {organisationsklimat,affektivt välbefinnande,anställda,Occupational health, industrial medicine,Yrkesmedicin, arbetsmiljömedicin,Industrial psychology,Arbetspsykologi, industripsykologi},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Organisationsklimatets betydelse för anställdas välbefinnande},
  year         = {2006},
}