Dimensions of engagement of employees. Review of tests
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In the article, the authors point to the importance of different dimensions in the employee engagement process. Attention was paid to such determinants influencing the engagement that are most often presented in foreign literature. The publication presents a list of elements shaping the employee's engagement, which were mentioned in the subject literature and presented in selected studies. The aim of this publication is to indicate what dimensions of engagement are most often given by the authors of scientific research and whether the dimensions of engagement indicated in the theoretical studies are reflected in scientific research.
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