Повышают ли системы управления по результатам удовлетворенность работой государственных служащих?
Government agencies are actively implementing performance measurement instruments (PM). The eﬀect of these instruments on civil servants’ work environment is understudied. This study explores the link between performance measurement system implementation and civil servants’ job satisfaction. We analyze data from a survey of 277 civil servants using structural equation modelling (SEM). Our results show that employees working in organizations with implemented PM systems are more satisfied
with their jobs, demonstrate lower turnover intention, and are more result-oriented. These employees also show a higher organizational identification and have a clearer vision of organizational goals. The survey results indicate that PM tools have a significant potential in increasing job satisfaction among civil servants.