IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION (JS) FACETS ON INTENT TO LEAVE (ITL) FOR HUMAN RESOURCES EXPERTS (HRE): A STUDY FROM TURKEY


KESER A., YILMAZ G.

13th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development (ESD), Barcelona, İspanya, 14 - 16 Nisan 2016, ss.569-574 identifier

  • Basıldığı Şehir: Barcelona
  • Basıldığı Ülke: İspanya
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.569-574

Özet

Human Resources Experts (HRE) are responsible for increasing their organization employees job satisfaction and decreasing their intention to leave. However, their job satisfaction has been a relatively understudied area in Turkish literature. This study tried to investigate the HREs job satisfaction (JS) level and its relation to Intention to Leave (ITL). 1,100 e-mails were sent to the HREs all over Turkey who are registered on LinkedIn and have the connection with the authors. A total of 317 usable questionnaires were returned (29% return rate). Spector's Job Satisfaction Survey and Cammann et al. Intention to Leave scale were used in the survey. Correlation and regression analyzes were used to identify significant predictors of intention to leave. The correlation analysis showed that HREs job satisfaction factors were negatively associated with their intention to leave [r=-,69, p=0.01]. Further explanations about the job satisfaction factors and regression results will be discussed in the context of this paper.