"För min egen vinning och för organisationens vinning” : En sociologisk studie av hur medarbetarsamtal kan påverka individers upplevelser av motivation, tillfredsställelse och välmående
Sammanfattning: The purpose of this paper is to analyze how the employee interview affects the employees’ motivation, work satisfaction, psychosocial work environment and the opportunity to develop. To find out how the employees experience this, the study is of a qualitative nature. The employees’ experience of employee interviews is investigated through semi- structured interviews with consultant managers at various companies. The theoretical framework used to analyze the results is Karasek and Theorell's (1990) theory of stress in working life, Herzberg's (1993) theory of hygiene factors and motivational factors at work, and finally Maslow's (Maslow och Frager 1987) hierarchy of needs. The result shows that the employee interview increases motivation by discussing the employees result, offer support and talk about the opportunity to develop. It also leads to an improved relationship with the boss which increases the work satisfaction. The psychosocial work environment is indirectly affected, since the interview makes room to talk about the employees’ mood, the colleagues and the workplace. Development opportunities are also affected in a positive sense, as the employee can lift his or her long-term goals during the employee interview. The consultant managers in this study have a positive picture of the employee interview and believe that it is necessary to do feel good and do a good job.
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