The effects of employees’ perceptions about corporate social responsibility activities on organizational commitments of employees: A research on textile organizations in Bursa


Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Uludağ Üniversitesi, Turkey

Approval Date: 2016

Thesis Language: Turkish

Student: ASLI ARSLANBOĞA

Supervisor: MEHMET ERYILMAZ

Abstract:

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), is profitable implementations which are made by organizations as voluntary to society and their environment. Organizational commitment is compatibility between organization’s goals and objectives and employee’s goals and objectives and also loyalty of employee to organization.This research to define the relationship between empolyees’ comprehension of CSR and the commitment to their organizations. The questionnaire prepared for this aim is applied to white and blue collar employees of a company located in Bursa. The results of the questionnaire is analysed through SPSS 13.0 statistic programme. The reliability of the questions which are stated in the questionnaire is determined by using Cronbach’s Alpha coefficient, minimum, maximum, arithmatic average, standard deviation statics are used to define organizational commitment level and the CSR comprehension of the employees. Regresyon analysis is used to define the relationship between the comprehension of CSR and the organizational commitment level. According to conclusion of the study, a relationship between CSR activities and organizational commitment is determined. It is also observed that as the comprehension of CSR develops, the organizational commitment of the employees develops as well.