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Examining The Emotional Capital Of Employees In Terms Of Demographic Variables

Author(s): Mazlum Çelik, Alper Tutcu
Subject(s): Demography and human biology, Human Resources in Economy, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Celal Bayar Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü
Keywords: Emotional Competencies; Emotional Capital; Emotional Skills; Demographic Variables;

Summary/Abstract: Today, emotional competencies of employees have started to play important roles as a form of capital in company efficiency and effectiveness. The conceptual meaning of these competencies is evaluated as “Emotional Capital”. In this study, the topic that whether or not emotional capitals of teachers working in private sector and public sector differentiate according to demographic features were investigated. In context to the research, a survey was conducted in Gaziantep city of Turkey with 600 educator in total, 168 of them work in public sector and 432 work in private sector, and gathered data was analysed via SPSS-23 program. Emotional Capital Inventory developed by Newman and Purse (2007) and reduced to 30 items by Newman et al. (2015) was used to measure emotional capital. As the result of the study, some factors of emotional capital inventory differentiated in terms of gender, age group, establishment type and position variables; however any factor of emotional capital inventory did not differentiate in terms of marital status, educational status, professional experience and income level variables.

  • Issue Year: 18/2020
  • Issue No: Sp. Issue
  • Page Range: 99-116
  • Page Count: 18
  • Language: Turkish