Kurumsal sosyal sorumluluğun çalışanlar tarafından algılanışı ve örgütsel bağlılığa etkisi – Batman ili T.P.A.O. örneği
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CitationKaranfil, S. (2019). Kurumsal sosyal sorumluluğun çalışanlar tarafından algılanışı ve örgütsel bağlılığa etkisi – Batman ili T.P.A.O. örneği (Yayınlanmamış Yüksek Lisans Tezi). Batman Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü, Batman.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been one of the most debated concepts in the literature from the past to the present. In order to compete in the markets in which the expectations change continuously, the institutions are committed to social responsibility and ethical behavior as well as quality and low cost. The success of corporations in their activities and their growth in the markets depends on both creating value for consumers and their employees. These values represent the new responsibilities of the employees for the employees and the external environment. The institutions that provide development in terms of social responsibility collect the appreciation of the society and the employees and increase their corporate reputation. Another important concept of our study is the organizational commitment, the value of the employee and the purpose of overlapping with the institution that works; however, it expresses the sense of adherence and loyalty. This work; This study was conducted to determine the relationships between employees' perceptions of corporate social responsibility and their levels of organizational commitment. The survey generated in this direction, which operates in the province of Batman Turkey Petroleum Corporation (T.P.A.O) 143 armchair / was applied to white-collar employees. NCSS (NumberCruncher Statistical System) 2007 program was used for statistical analysis of data obtained from the questionnaire. The reliability of the organizational social responsibility and organizational commitment scales were measured by Cronbach's Alpha analysis and the appropriateness of the factor structure was measured by confirmatory factor analysis. The perception of organizational social responsibility and the differences of the organizational commitment levels according to the demographic characteristics of the employees in the normal distribution of the data by Shapiro - Wilk test and graphical analysis, the two groups of the normal distribution of variables in the Student's t test, the comparison of three groups and more Oneway Anova Test and binary Bonferroni test was used. Kruskal Wallis test and double comparison were used Bonferroni - Dunn Test in comparison of three and more groups not showing normal distribution. Pearson correlation analysis was used to determine the relationships between the organizational social responsibility perceptions and organizational commitment levels of the employees. According to the results obtained; It has been concluded that corporate social responsibility perceptions have a statistically significant positive relationship with their organizational commitment levels and that as employees' perceptions of corporate responsibility increase, their loyalty to their organization increases.
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