AOCRJ-V5I3P3

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS AS DETERMINANTS OF
THE EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION RELATIONSHIP.
RESULTS OF EMPIRICAL STUDIES IN POLAND

Ilona Swiatek-Barylska
Department of Management, University of Lodz, Poland,


Abstract:
The paper presents empirical evidence of the research on the relationship (fit) between employees and organizations in contemporary companies. The purpose of this study is to diagnose the dominant type of person-organization relationship and the link between the socio-demographic characteristics of employees and their types of relationship with organizations. The subject of the analysis is the correlation between the type of relationship and the following socio-demographic characteristics: gender, age, tenure, and job position. The results show that the contemporary type of relationship is the dominant one, and socio-demographic characteristics are directly linked with the type of employee-organization relationship.

Keywords: employee-organization relationship, employment relations, socio-demographic characteristics, organizational behavior


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