Effects Of Job Charachteristics On Job Satisfaction And Intention To Leave Cover Image

İş Özellı̇klerı̇nin İş Tatmini Ve İşten Ayrılma Niyetı̇ Üzerı̇ne Etkı̇sı̇
Effects Of Job Charachteristics On Job Satisfaction And Intention To Leave

Author(s): Elif Baykal, Ömer Erdem Koçak
Subject(s): Labor relations, Organizational Psychology, Human Resources in Economy
Published by: Bartın Üniversitesi, Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü
Keywords: Job Satisfaction; Job charachteristics; Intention to leave; Motivation;

Summary/Abstract: In this study; based on Hackman and Oldham's job satisfaction model, the relationship among job characteristics that make organization members happy and satisfied with their work, individuals’ job satisfaction and individuals’ intention to leave their work has been investigated. The Hackman and Oldham job charachteristics model is a model that combines classical organizational theory, human relationship theory, behavioral sciences theories and system approach to work design. In order to test the model in Turkish context, the field research related to this study was conducted on white-collar office workers working in firms operating in Istanbul and surrounding provinces and having more than 100 staff. A total of 238 people returned to the survey and 202 available surveys have been obtained. The data of the study were analyzed using SPSS program. In the related analyzes the effects of job characteristics on job satisfaction and job separation intention were examined. As a result of the analyzes; it has been determined that job satisfaction is positively effected by job meaningfulness and skill diversity and partially effected by feedback and intention to leave is effected by skill diversity and autonomy.

  • Issue Year: 3/2018
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 89-108
  • Page Count: 20
  • Language: Turkish