Year 2003, Volume 3 , Issue 6, Pages 53 - 73 2003-11-01

EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES
EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES

Atılhan NAKTİYOK [1] , Ömer Faruk İŞCAN [2]


This study examines the effects of individual and household related characteristics and job context attributes on individuals’ attitudes towards telecommuting. The sample comprised 664 IT professionals working in Istanbul. Results suggest that individual, household related characteristics and job context attitudes influence individuals’ attitudes towards telecommuting. In addition, employees stated that their likelihood of leaving the organization would decrease if their organization used telecommuting as a flexible work option
Telecommuting, individual and household attributes, workplace perceptions, attitudes
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Journal Section Research Article
Authors

Author: Atılhan NAKTİYOK

Author: Ömer Faruk İŞCAN

Dates

Application Date : July 27, 2021
Acceptance Date : July 27, 2021
Publication Date : November 1, 2003

Bibtex @ { auiibfd744038, journal = {Akdeniz İİBF Dergisi}, issn = {1302-9975}, eissn = {2667-7229}, address = {AKDENİZ ÜNİVERSİTESİ İKTİSADİ VE İDARİ BİLİMLER FAKÜLTESİ DEKANI DUMLUPINAR CAD. ANTALYA}, publisher = {Akdeniz University}, year = {2003}, volume = {3}, pages = {53 - 73}, doi = {}, title = {EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES}, key = {cite}, author = {Naktiyok, Atılhan and İşcan, Ömer Faruk} }
APA Naktiyok, A , İşcan, Ö . (2003). EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES . Akdeniz İİBF Dergisi , 3 (6) , 53-73 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/auiibfd/issue/54582/744038
MLA Naktiyok, A , İşcan, Ö . "EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES" . Akdeniz İİBF Dergisi 3 (2003 ): 53-73 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/auiibfd/issue/54582/744038>
Chicago Naktiyok, A , İşcan, Ö . "EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES". Akdeniz İİBF Dergisi 3 (2003 ): 53-73
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ISNAD Naktiyok, Atılhan , İşcan, Ömer Faruk . "EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES". Akdeniz İİBF Dergisi 3 / 6 (November 2003): 53-73 .
AMA Naktiyok A , İşcan Ö . EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES. Akdeniz İİBF Dergisi. 2003; 3(6): 53-73.
Vancouver Naktiyok A , İşcan Ö . EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES. Akdeniz İİBF Dergisi. 2003; 3(6): 53-73.
IEEE A. Naktiyok and Ö. İşcan , "EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES TOWARDS TELECOMMUTING: AN APPLICATION IN TERMS OF INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB CONTEXT ATTITUDES", Akdeniz İİBF Dergisi, vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 53-73, Nov. 2003