The Investigation of Relationship Between the Satisfaction Level and Perceived Organizational Support of Human Resources Management Practices in Sport Organizations

Ramazan Topuz, Hakan Salim Çağlayan


The input and output of all sports organizations is human; therefore, it is considered that the human resources management practices that are applied in sports organizations have a special importance. In the light of this idea, satisfaction level and perceived organizational support from human resources management in sport organizations were examined in terms of various variables. The universe of the research is composed of the individulas who work in various stages of provincial directorates of sports in Turkey and the sample group consists of 321 people, 223 males and 98 females, selected randomly from these provincial directorates. In the study, the satisfaction scale of Human Resources Management practices developed by Gürbüz and Bekmezci (2012) by using the scales in the literature and Perceived Organizational Support Scale developed by Eisenberger et al., (1986) were used. As a result; In body of the literature, it is seen that the studies on human resources management practices and perceived organizational support in sports organizations are quite limited; There is a significant difference in the satisfaction level from hrm of the employees working in the provincial directorates of sports according to gender, working year, staff type, age category and education levels and there weren’t significant difference in perceived organizational support dimension according to gender, working year, staff type, age category but there were significant differences in educational level; There were significant, moderate (R = 0.3-0.7) and positive relationships between the two scales in terms of all variables.

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