Badanie fluktuacji pracowników bibliotek prywatnych uczelni w południowo-zachodniej Nigerii


  • Oso Olutoyin Olukemi T.Y. Danjuma Library
  • Ajayi Crowther University Oyo


Produktywność i efektywność to kluczowe czynniki odpowiadające za osiąganie dobrych wyników w każdej organizacji. Obydwa prowadzą do zwiększenia satysfakcji z wykonywanej pracy oraz stopnia przywiązania do organizacji. Wykonywanie pracy w sposób efektywny przyczynia się do zwiększenia stopnia przywiązania do organizacji. Natomiast brak przywiązania do niej oraz niezadowolenie z wykonywanej pracy zwiększają ryzyko fluktuacji pracowników. W artykule szczególną uwagę poświęcono zbadaniu wpływu satysfakcji pracowników z wykonywanej pracy oraz stopnia ich przywiązania do organizacji na proces fluktuacji pracowników. Celem artykułu jest przedstawienie procesu fluktuacji pracowników bibliotek prywatnych uczelni w południowo-zachodniej Nigerii. Spośród 110 rozesłanych ankiet uzyskano 94 odpowiedzi. Zgromadzone dane zostały poddane analizie za pomocą SPSS 17.0. Wyniki zebrane na podstawie przeprowadzonych ankiet wykazały pozytywną i istotną zależność pomiędzy satysfakcją z wykonywanej pracy, stopniem przywiązania do organizacji a fluktuacją bibliotekarzy. Zgromadzone dane dają pogląd na poziom satysfakcji pracowników z wykonywanej pracy i stopień ich przywiązania do organizacji w uczelniach  prywatnych. Jednakże wyników tych badań nie należy przekładać na inne populacje.


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Olukemi, O. O., & Crowther, A. (2016). Badanie fluktuacji pracowników bibliotek prywatnych uczelni w południowo-zachodniej Nigerii. Zarządzanie Biblioteką, (1(8), 99–112. Pobrano z



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