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Engrami
2014, vol. 36, br. 3-4, str. 5-14
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 06/07/2015
doi: 10.5937/engrami1404005K
Maltretiranje na radu i karijerno savetovanje
aUniverzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet bezbednosti
bUniverzitet Singidunum, Poslovni fakultet, Beograd

e-adresa: kordic@fb.bg.ac.rs

Projekat

Bezbednost i zaštita organizovanja i funkcionisanja vaspitno obrazovnog sistema u Republici Srbiji (osnovna načela, principi, protokoli, procedure i sredstva) (MPNTR - 47017)
Unapređenje konkurentnosti Srbije u procesu pristupanja Evropskoj uniji (MPNTR - 47028)

Sažetak

Dosadašnja istraživanja maltretiranja na radu ukazuju na povezanost maltretiranja na radu sa smanjenim zadovoljstvom poslom, padom produktivnosti u radu i namerom da se posao napusti. Ukoliko do promene posla dolazi zbog maltretiranja na radu to ostavlja posledice na karijerno odlučivanje i karijerni razvoj pojedinca. Žrtve maltretiranja na radu sve manje se posvećuju podizanju svojih kompetencija a sve više izbegavanju kolega na poslu. U našem istraživanju polazimo od prikaza slučajeva maltretiranja na radu, a zatim predstavljamo instrument za brzu i efikasnu detekciju pojave maltretiranja na radu. Na kraju ukazujemo na značaj karijernog savetovanja kao vrste pomoći u nalaženju mehanizma prevladavanja maltretiranja na radu kao krizne situacije na radu. Kratak upitnik od 10 tvrdnji je proveren na prigodnom uzorku, pokazao je visoku pouzdanost (Cronbach's Alpha=.853) i statistički značajnu korelaciju sa Zadovoljstvom poslom kao kriterijumskom varijablom (r= -.478, p<.001). Kao preventivna mera predlaže se uvođenje merenja Maltretiranja na radu u okviru sistematskih pregleda zaposlenih, dodatna obuka radi informisanja zaposlenih o dosadašnjim saznanjima povezanim sa maltretiranjem na radu, kao i osnaživanje zaposlenih da koriste karijerno savetovanje u savladavanju problema nastalih maltretiranjem na radu.

Ključne reči

karijerno savetovanje; neprofesionalno ponašanje; neprijateljsko ponašanje; zadovoljstvo poslom

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