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2020, vol. 15, br. 1, str. 101-113
Izostajanje i zadovoljstvo poslom među parovima sa dualnim karijerama u odnosu na pogodnosti organizacijski sponzorisanih obdaništa u zemlji u razvoju
Vishwakarma University, Faculty of Commerce and Management, Pune, Maharashtra, India

e-adresadromvirgautam1986@gmail.com
Ključne reči: dnevni boravak; organizaciono sponzorisano; zadovoljstvo poslom; pol; moderator; broj dece; izostajanje
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Pretežna briga u sadašnjem radnom okruženju su pogodnosti dnevnog boravka za parove sa dvostrukom karijerom u zemljama u razvoju poput Indije. Ovo igra značajnu ulogu u improvizaciji odnosa poslodavac i zaposleni. Ova studija identifikuje ključne faktore poput izostajanja i zadovoljstva poslom među parovima sa dvojnim karijerama prema uslugama dnevnog boravka koje sponzorišu organizacije. Štaviše, uloga dečjih vrtića koji su sponzorisani od strane organizacije ispitana je zajedno sa moderatorima kao što su pol i broj dece. Korišćen je deskriptivni dizajn istraživanja kroz upotrebu upitnika koji je samoadministriran na uzorku od 197 zaposlenih iz dve države Punjaba, tj. Amritsar i Punjab, India; kako bi se procenila uloga moderatora pola i broja dece u odnosu na organizaciono sponzorisane vrtiće. Organizaciono sponzorisane pogodnosti dnevnog smeštaja prema stepenu izostajanja i zadovoljstva poslom su značajne. Organizaciono sponzorisane pogodnosti dnevnog smeštaja su pozitivne novine za zaposlene, za poslodavce u zemljama u razvoju poput Indije. Buduća istraživanja mogu se usmeriti na implikacije pogodnosti organizaciono sponzorisanih vrtića na dugoročno održavanje postojanja organizacije.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/sjm15-15490
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 09.06.2020.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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