Factors influencing employee satisfaction in the police service: the case of Slovenia

  title={Factors influencing employee satisfaction in the police service: the case of Slovenia},
  author={Nina Toma{\vz}evi{\vc} and Janko Seljak and Aleksander Aristovnik},
  journal={Personnel Review},
Purpose – The paper has two purposes – first, to examine the dimensionality of employee satisfaction and, second, to identify the impact of the groups of factors on employee satisfaction. Design/methodology/approach – The measurement of satisfaction of all employees in the Slovenian Police based on the comprehensive on-line questionnaire. Factor analysis was used to formulate the facets of satisfaction. Multiple linear regression analysis was performed to identify the predictors of three facets… 

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