As an enterprise, hospitals are health institutions where all kinds of health services are produced, complex structured and requiring high level of specialization. Hospitals are both health-intensive and capital-intensive health institutions. There is an increasing competitive environment in the health sector. In this competitive environment, the factors affecting these two concepts are as important as the organizational climate and organizational commitment to be ahead of the competitors. "Organizational climate" is the key for people working in an organization to adopt organizational goals, accept value judgments, engage in relationships that conform to beliefs and norms, and demonstrate expected behavior. “Organizational commitment” can be seen as indispensable for enterprises to gain competitive advantage and to retain qualified employees. This study was conducted to determine whether there is a meaningful relationship between the perceived servant leadership understanding of healthcare personnel and organizational climate and organizational commitment. The study was applied to 254 out of 495 health personnel who were actively working in a public hospital affiliated with the Public Hospitals Association of Istanbul between 30.10.2017 and 30.12.2017. The sample was randomly selected and the participation rate was 52,93%. In the study, servant leadership scale was used as a data collection tool; Organizational climate scale developed by Robert Stringer; Organizational commitment scale developed by Meyer and Allen and a questionnaire consisting of organizational commitment scale and social-demographic characteristics of employees. As the scale and subscale scores showed normal distribution, gender, marital status; age, education level, staff status, seniority, working time in public sector, total monthly income were compared. Pairwise comparisons were also made for the significant difference between the groups. It was found that the organizational climate scale and sub-dimension scores did not differ significantly according to both gender and marital status, age groups, education level, professional seniority, and duration of work in the public sector.
Publication Date : August 31, 2020
|APA||Örgev, C , Topal, B , Şahi̇n, H . (2020). İşgörenlerin Demografik Özelliklerinin Örgütsel İklim Algısına Etkisinin İstatistik Analizi: Süreyya Paşa Göğüs Hastalıkları Hastanesi Örneği . Avrupa Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi , (19) , 165-175 . DOI: 10.31590/ejosat.709785|