EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE WORK-LIFE BALANCE, JOB SATISFACTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT LEVELS OF THE EMPLOYEES OF SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS: THE CASE OF MUGLA

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In this study, it is aimed to examine the relationships between work-life balance and work satisfaction of the sports institution employees and their levels of organizational loyalty. The population of the study is composed of individuals working in official and private sports institutions in the city of Mugla. Of these individuals, 82 of them who were accessed and who accepted to volunteer (30,5% women, 69,5% men) participated in the sample. In order to collect data in the study, work and private life balance scale developed by Apaydin (2011) was used to measure the perceptions for work and private life balance, Minnesota Satisfaction scale was used to measure work satisfaction levels, Organizational Loyalty Scale (1993) developed by Meyer et al. was used to measure the organizational loyalty perception of employees and “Personal Information Form” arranged by the researcher was used to
access some personal information of participants.

As statistical analysis, the reliability of scales was calculated by Cronbach alpha coefficient, Independent Sample t test was conducted to calculate the percentage, frequency and the difference between two variables, Anova test was conducted to calculate the
difference between variable more than two and correlation analysis was made to determine the relationships between variables.

In the obtained data, according to the gender variable, a statistically significant difference was found in sub dimension “life consists of only work” of Work – Life Balance scale (p<.05). This difference is caused by the fact that the average scores of women were higher than those of men. Besides, participants were determined to show statistically significant difference in the sub dimension “ neglecting life” of Work-Life Balance scale according to their educational levels (p<.05). This difference was caused by the fact that
average scores of middle school graduates were higher than those of the graduates of master’s program.

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2024-04-05

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Pacali, S., & Bayansalduz, M. (2024). EXAMINATION OF THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE WORK-LIFE BALANCE, JOB SATISFACTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT LEVELS OF THE EMPLOYEES OF SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS: THE CASE OF MUGLA. Acta Scientiae Et Intellectus , 9(1), 5–19. Retrieved from http://actaint.com/index.php/pub/article/view/4

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