Better leadership, higher work engagement? Comparative study on Finnish and Russian private sector employees

@article{Saari2018BetterLH,
  title={Better leadership, higher work engagement? Comparative study on Finnish and Russian private sector employees},
  author={Tiina Saari and Harri Melin and Evgeniya S. Balabanova and Azer G. Efendiev},
  journal={International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy},
  year={2018}
}
Purpose This paper focuses on the relationship between leadership and work engagement (WE) in Finnish and Russian private sector organizations. The purpose of this paper is to analyze how Finland and Russia differ in the level of WE; in the level of satisfaction with leadership and in specific components of leadership as most important antecedents for WE. Design/methodology/approach The empirical analysis of this study is based on survey data collected in Finland and Russia. The analysis… 

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