MANAGERIAL STYLES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH JOB SATISFACTION IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

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MANAGERIAL STYLES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH JOB SATISFACTION IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES

Autores(as):
  • Anna Beatriz Bezerra Grecco

  • Daniel René Tasé Velázquez

  • Lorena Hernández Mastrapa

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  • DOI
  • 10.37885/230713911
    Publicado em

    30/09/2023

    Páginas

    93-111

    Capítulo

    6

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    The purpose of this paper is to identify and evaluate which managerial style prevails in the operational area of five IT companies and their relationship with the job satisfaction of their employees. For data collection, a questionnaire was applied to 120 participants, validating 110 responses. Questions regarding the three factors of EAEG were integrated in order to identify the focus in which the leadership predominantly operates in these companies, and the five dimensions of EST were used to measure the level of employees satisfaction regarding each dimension evaluated. Descriptive statistical processing allowed to observe that the managerial style focused on the Task prevails, with an overall average score of = 4.11. As dispersion measures, the sample standard deviation (St = 0.39) and sample amplitude (At = 0.91) corresponding to this factor (Task) were calculated, respectively, showing that the values are very close to the average score. It indicates that there is uniformity between the scores for each item of the factor Task. It was found that 65 % of participants confirm the role of the leadership focused on the Task. The Satisfaction with the nature of work dimension reached an average score of = 5.09, showing employee satisfaction. The dimension Satisfaction with colleagues reached an average score of = 4.34 indicating indifference on the level of satisfaction, whereas the dimensions Satisfaction with salary, promotions and leadership, reached averages of = 3.87, = 3.70 and = 3.46, respectively, indicating levels of dissatisfaction. Finally, were highlighted some criteria as motivators for avoid turnover in organizations that contribute to the job satisfaction of these employees.

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    Managerial styles assessment; job satisfaction; information technology (IT).

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