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2014, vol. 11, br. 2, str. 45-53
Razlike u motivaciji zaposlenih u državnim i privatnim domovima zdravlja
aUniverzitet Singidunum, Poslovni fakultet, Beograd
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet bezbednosti
cUniverzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, Odeljenje za psihologiju

e-adresalbabic@singidunum.ac.rs
Ključne reči: Maslovljeva teorija hijerarhije potreba; Hercbergova dvofaktorska teorija; zdravstveni radnici
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U zdravstvenom sektoru je izuzetno važno postići zadovoljstvo klijenata i stoga je pitanje motivacije zaposlenih u tom sektoru uvek interesantno za istraživanje. S obzirom na razvoj privatnog sektora zdravstva u Srbiji odlučili smo da ispitamo razlike u zadovoljenju motivacionih potreba zaposlenih u zdravstvenom sektoru, s posebnim osvrtom na razliku između privatnog i državnog sektora. U konstruisanju istraživačkog upitnika pošli smo od motivacionih teorija Maslova i Hercberga. Rezultati su pokazali da postoje razlike među poduzorcima. Zdravstveni radnici u privatnom sektoru su zadovoljniji platom, radnim uslovima, sigurnošću posla i mogućnostima za profesionalni razvoj.
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