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The Relationship between Organizational Support Perceptions and Self-Sufficiencies of Logistics Sector Employees

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  • Sefer Gumus

    (Beykent University, Ä°stanbul, Turkey)

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    This study was performed in order to examine the relationship between organizational support perceptions and self-sufficiency levels of logistics sector employees and to determine whether organizational support perceptions and self-sufficiency levels of employees differ according to some specification. The questionnaire form consisting of perceived organizational support scale in accordance with the purpose, general self-sufficiency scale and personal information form, was applied to 124 employees of 3 separate logistics firms operating in Istanbul. The data obtained from the questionnaire were analysed using SPSS17.0 statistical software package on computer. In the assessment of data, descriptive characteristics of employees were determined by frequency and percentage statistics and the self-sufficiency and perceived organizational support levels by the mean and standard deviation statistics. The t test, Tukey test and one-way Anova tests were utilized in determining employees' self-sufficiency and perceived organizational support levels differentiation according to descriptive characteristics, and correlation analysis was utilized in determining the relationship between self-sufficiency and perceived organizational support levels of employees. In conclusion, it was determined that there was statistical relationship between organizational support and self-sufficiency levels perceived by logistics sector employees. Accordingly, when employees' perceived organizational support levels increase then self-sufficiency levels also increase, and when perceived organizational support levels decrease then self-sufficiency levels also decrease. Key Words:Organizational Support, Self-sufficiency, Logistics Sector

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    Article provided by Society for the Study of Business & Finance in its journal International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science.

    Volume (Year): 3 (2014)
    Issue (Month): 2 (April)
    Pages: 121-147

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    Handle: RePEc:rbs:ijbrss:v:3:y:2014:i:2:p:121-147
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