EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION IN EFFECTIVE HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PRACTICES


Bozma K., Karcıoğlu F., Trenci İ.

I. International Artuklu Congress on Economic, Administrative and Political Sciences, Mardin, Turkey, 20 - 21 November 2021, pp.106-107

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Summary Text
  • City: Mardin
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.106-107
  • Ataturk University Affiliated: Yes

Abstract

Recent working conditions, speed of technological developments and changes also management styles; factors such as the working environment, cooperation, communication that were not considered a hundred years ago and were not even a matter of preference for the employee, have led to the importance of employee satisfaction and to the foreground. Positive effects of working conditions on employee motivation and performance are only possible with effective human resources management. Determining the satisfaction levels of employees regarding human resources practices creates a preliminary ground for changing and improving the current situation. In this way, it is possible to develop a management approach suitable for human resources, which is the most valuable and inimitable resource of institutions and businesses. For this reason, in this study, it is aimed to determine the satisfaction of employees towards human resources practices. The aim of this study is to determine employee satisfaction for effective management of human resources, which is essential for institutions and businesses. In the study, a field research was included by applying a questionnaire to the employees (192 people) determined by accessible sampling. The prepared questionnaire consists of two parts. In the first part, after the questions about the demographic information of the employees, in the second part, their views on the effectiveness of human resources management were dimensioned as effective human resources management, working environment, participation in decisions, personal professional development, cooperation and communication, performance management, motivation and job satisfaction. Confirmatory factor analyzes, descriptive statistics, correlation and regression analyzes were performed on the research data. SPSS and AMOS package programs were used for these analyses. According to the findings, it was concluded that the satisfaction levels of employees regarding human resources management practices, participation in decisions, cooperation and communication, working environment, motivation and satisfaction, personal professional development and effective human resources management are medium, and satisfaction levels for the performance evaluation system are low. Finally, it has been determined that the satisfaction levels of the employees regarding human resources practices differ according to their demographic characteristics. Keywords: Employee satisfaction, Human Resources Management.