Job Satisfaction Level Of Government Employees: The General Directorate Of Sport And Sports Federations Sample

  • Murat Kalfa Gazi University, Sports Management Department, Turkey
  • Dilek Tufan Gazi University, Sports Management Department, Turkey
  • Merve Karaman Gazi University, Recreation Department, Turkey

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to determine the job satisfaction levels of employees of sports federation and general directorate of sport, and to analyze according to some variables. “Minnesota Job Satisfaction Questionnaire” was used to determine the job satisfaction levels of employees. Since the data didn’t fulfill the parametric assumptions, nonparametric Kruskall-Wallis and Man-Whitney U tests were used on the analysis according to job satisfaction levels. According to results of analysis, 98.8% of employees’ job satisfaction levels are medium and high. It was revealed that there is a statistically significant difference between employees’ general job satisfaction, internal and external sub-dimension points according to age groups, marital status, situation of selecting their jobs willingly and educational level. As a result; it was seen in terms of general job satisfaction and internal satisfaction that internal satisfaction levels of employees who are 40 or more in comparison with employees who are between 22-40 age groups, internal satisfaction levels of employees whose marital status are married in comparison with employees whose marital status are single, general satisfaction and internal satisfaction levels of employees who selected their job willingly and general, internal and external satisfaction levels of employees whose education levels are associate degree in comparison with employees whose education levels are bachelor’s degree and postgraduate are higher.

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Published
2016-01-29
How to Cite
Kalfa, M., Tufan, D., & Karaman, M. (2016). Job Satisfaction Level Of Government Employees: The General Directorate Of Sport And Sports Federations Sample. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 12(2), 32. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2016.v12n2p32