Year 2018, Volume 2 , Issue 3, Pages 49 - 65 2018-03-30

ÖRGÜTSEL BAĞLILIK ÜZERİNE KAVRAMSAL İNCELEME
CONCEPTUAL REVIEW ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT

Lütfi Sürücü [1] , Ahmet Maşlakçı [2]


Örgütsel bağlılık, çalışanların örgüt içindeki davranışlarını anlamak için önemli bir değişken olmasının yanı sıra, örgütte kalma arzusu, işe gitme oranı, iş doyumu ve iş devir hızı gibi çalışanlara yönelik tutumlarını da etkilemektedir. Bu nedenle, literatürde örgütlerin rekabet edebilirliğini ve hayatta kalmasını sağlamada önemli bir faktör olarak görülmektedir. Yapılan bu çalışmada ikincil kaynaklardan faydalanılarak örgütsel bağlılıkla ilgili kavramsal bir çerçeve oluşturulmuş ve bağlılığın sınıflandırılmasına yönelik yapılan çalışmalar özetlenmiştir. 

Organizational commitment is not only an important variable for employees to understand their behavior within the organization, but also affects desire to remain in the organization, absenteeism rate, job satisfaction and turnover. Therefore, in the literature, it is seen as an important factor in the competitiveness and survival of organizations. In this study, a conceptual framework about organizational commitment was composed by using secondary sources and the studies about classification of commitment were summarized.

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Subjects Management
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Orcid: orcid.org/0000-0002-6286-4184
Author: Lütfi Sürücü (Primary Author)
Country: Turkey


Author: Ahmet Maşlakçı
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : March 30, 2018

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APA Sürücü, L , Maşlakçı, A . (2018). ÖRGÜTSEL BAĞLILIK ÜZERİNE KAVRAMSAL İNCELEME. International Journal of Management and Administration , 2 (3) , 49-65 . DOI: 10.29064/ijma.397853
MLA Sürücü, L , Maşlakçı, A . "ÖRGÜTSEL BAĞLILIK ÜZERİNE KAVRAMSAL İNCELEME". International Journal of Management and Administration 2 (2018 ): 49-65 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/ijma/issue/36348/397853>
Chicago Sürücü, L , Maşlakçı, A . "ÖRGÜTSEL BAĞLILIK ÜZERİNE KAVRAMSAL İNCELEME". International Journal of Management and Administration 2 (2018 ): 49-65
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AMA Sürücü L , Maşlakçı A . ÖRGÜTSEL BAĞLILIK ÜZERİNE KAVRAMSAL İNCELEME. IJMA. 2018; 2(3): 49-65.
Vancouver Sürücü L , Maşlakçı A . ÖRGÜTSEL BAĞLILIK ÜZERİNE KAVRAMSAL İNCELEME. International Journal of Management and Administration. 2018; 2(3): 65-49.