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Factors Influencing Employee Satisfaction in the Police Service: The Case of Slovenia

Tomaževič, Nina and Seljak, Janko and Aristovnik, Aleksander (2014): Factors Influencing Employee Satisfaction in the Police Service: The Case of Slovenia. Published in: Personnel Review , Vol. 43, No. 2 (2014): pp. 209-227.

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Abstract

The paper has two purposes – first, to examine the dimensionality of employee satisfaction and, second, to identify the impact of the groups of factors on employee satisfaction. The measurement of satisfaction of all employees in the Slovenian Police based on the comprehensive on-line questionnaire. Factor analysis was used to formulate the facets of satisfaction. Multiple linear regression analysis was performed to identify the predictors of three facets of employee satisfaction. Three facets of employee satisfaction were determined and the influence of three types of factors (demographic, job-related and organizational-support-related factors) on them was investigated. The results show that worst assessed facet was (1) salary and security, whereas no significant differences were found between two other facets, namely (2) relationships and leadership and (3) tasks and working conditions. The three factors influenced employee satisfaction with different levels of intensity.

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