Trust from Employees’ Perspective in Polish Companies: A Preliminary Study
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The present study aimed to investigate dependencies between the levels of trust in Polish companies and employment and organization structures. To measure trust in organizations from employee’s perspective, we applied a multifaceted approach to trust that included survey measurement of the key content components of trust beliefs such as integrity, reliability, and dependability. The respondents were part-time undergraduate students who filled in the Trust Measurement Questionnaire. The results revealed that the most trusted organizations were small-sized companies as opposed to large-sized enterprises, which retained the least trust. Overall, our pilot analysis of trust beliefs suggests that the population of young adults in Poland is more willing to trust smaller-scale entrepreneurs.
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