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Volume 3, Number 6 / December issue 2017
Yusuf Can, Feyzullah Koca, Ozlem Kirandi, Senol Yanar, Mehmet Bayansalduz
Organizational support perception and organizational trust relationship in sports workers
Abstract

The aim of this research is to analyze the relationship between organizational support perception and organizational trust sensation in sports workers. The research also examined whether there are significant differences in the perception of organizational support and organizational trust among sports workers in terms of gender, age groups, service years, employee status and education levels. This research was conducted in the relational screening model and a total of 218 sports worker (age mean = 32,81 ± 9,56, the average age of service = 10,33± 8,17) were selected by random sampling among employees who actively engaged in research, sports organizations and sports clubs participated voluntarily. In the research, as data collection tool, for sports workers’ organizational support perception, Organizational Support Scale developed which was developed by Giray, M.D., and Sahin, N.D. (2012); for organization trust sensation “Organizational Trust Scale” developed by Nyhan and Marlowe (1997); and Personal Information Form composed of 10 questions were used. According to the results of the research; positive correlations were found between sports workers' perception of organizational support, organizational trust, and service years. In addition, while there was no significant difference in the perceived organizational trust and organizational support among the sports workers (p> 0,05) and there were significant differences in terms of age groups, service year groups, employee status, general job satisfaction and general life satisfaction (p <0,05).
Keywords: Organization, Organizational Support, Organizational Trust, Sports Workers

Cite this article:
Yusuf Can, Feyzullah Koca, Ozlem Kirandi, Senol Yanar, Mehmet Bayansalduz. Organizational support perception and organizational trust relationship in sports workers. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 3(6)2017, 97-105.


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