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Title: The relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention “The Case of Regional Development Agencies”
Authors: Aydin, Eray
Tasci, Mahmut Oral
Affiliation: Karabuk University
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Aydin E. The relationship between organizational commitment and turnover intention “The Case of Regional Development Agencies” / Eray Aydin, Mahmut Oral Tasci // Litteris et Artibus : proceedings of the 6th International youth science forum, November 24–26, 2016, Lviv, Ukraine / Lviv Polytechnic National University. – Lviv : Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House, 2016. – P. 259–262. – Bibliography: 49 titles.
Conference/Event: Litteris et Artibus
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House
Country (code): UA
Place of the edition/event: Lviv
Keywords: Organizational commitment
turnover intention
Development Agency
Number of pages: 259-262
Abstract: The aim of this study is to analyze the relationship between organizational commitment and the turnover intention. Besides, it investigates whether the turnover intention is an important predictor of the turnover intention of employees of Regional Development Agencies. Organizational commitment and the turnover intention literature scanning that is in the first section of the study has a resource value for research questions and hypotheses. In order for the study to reach its aim, a questionnaire was conducted among agency employees by using a demographic information form, the organizational commitment scale and the turnover intention scale are used. The data was obtained from 215 participants who work in the agencies in the different regions of Turkey and it was analyzed through SPSS 22 programme. According to the results gained from the study, it is detected that there is a significant and negative relationship between the level of organizational commitment and the turnover intention and besides, it is found out that organizational commitment and its components have predictor effect on the turnover intention.
URI: http://ena.lp.edu.ua:8080/handle/ntb/40798
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