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Title: The Elements of Work Environment: Organizational Culture, Organizational Climate, and Job Satisfaction
Authors: Pavlovic, Nebojsa
Journal: Management Techniques for a Diverse and Cross-Cultural Workforce
Issue Date: 16-Feb-2018
Abstract: © 2018, IGI Global. One of the biggest issues facing every organization is how to keep and recruit skilled employees. This chapter deals with work environment because there is a widespread belief that it is one of the most significant factors affecting the development of job satisfaction. The goal of this chapter is to dig deeper into the important factors that exert influence on a positive work environment. The author uses meta-analysis to assesses primary sources, which are believed to contain necessary information about certain terms that describe work environment. The results of the research indicate that a positive work environment is closely connected to employee satisfaction. It is incumbent upon managers and leaders to intensively work on improving a workplace for every employee. Further research is necessary because of the dynamics of organizational structure and inevitable, rapid technological changes. This means that managers have to put in an enormous effort so as to produce in-depth analyses of their work environments and to determine how to improve them.
URI: https://scidar.kg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/11252
Type: Chapter
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-4933-8.ch004
SCOPUS: 85046051153
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