The Effects of Organizational Performance on the Relationship between Perceived Organizational Support and Career Satisfaction: An Application on Insurance Industry

Erdem Kirkbesoglu, Emir Huseyin Ozder

Abstract


This study aims to examine the effects of organizational performance on the relationship between perceived organizational support (POS) and career satisfaction (CSAT) of employees. Our research question facilitates to understand how the interaction between POS and CSAT changes in the process of adaptation to environmental pressures. In order to find answers to our research question we carried out quantitative research and applied questionnaire as our method of data collection. Research sample is constituted with 10 insurance companies and 194 employees working in these companies. At the end of the study, our findings support that perceived organizational support effects career satisfaction more in high performance organizations, compared to low performance organizations.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v7i3.7094

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