|Journal: Business and Economics Research Journal
Title of Article: Effect of Organizational Climate to Professional Commitment Development of Intern Workers
Author(s): H.Tezcan Uysal
Intern worker is a personal who receives education in an educational institution and maintains his/her development under an enterprice to improve his/her professional ability and experience. For these workers, whose professional developments proceed, organizational climate is a guiding factor for the development of professional commitment. The purpose of this study is exhibition of that what the effects of organizational climate on the development of intern workers’ professional commitment is. Depending on this purpose, a study was performed about on 317 workers. In the study, seven hypotheses, one main and six subtype hypotheses, was created by identifying professional commitment with the five factor under the organizational climate. As a result of correlational and regressional analyses about the hypotheses, a significant relationship was obtained between the development of intern workers’ professional commitment and each one of all the dimensions of organizational climate’s trust-respect, the manner of leader, satisfaction, communication and the perspective of support. As a result of Mann-Whitney U Test, it was obtained that there is no relationship between the development of intern workers’ professional commitment and their graduated high schools. According to findings, the development of intern workers’ professional commitment is mostly affected by property of “Satisfaction”.
Keywords: Intern Worker, Professional Commitment, Organizational Climate, Dimensions of Climate, Organizational Structure.
|JEL Classification: M10, M12, M53|