Geri Anasayfa

Detay


THE SATISFACTION OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES PRACITES EFFECT ON WORK ALIENATION BY THE MEDIATING ROLE OF TRUST IN LEADERS

Abstract
The aim of this study is to examine the impact of satisfaction with human resources practices on job alienation and the mediating role of trust in managers. In our study, because it is not based on probability and allows everyone to be included in the sample, the most widely used sampling method was preferred. All of the questionnaire forms applied to 176 employees who were accessed online through easy sampling were included in the sample. According to the statistical analysis; It was concluded that the increase in satisfaction with the human resources practices positively affects the manager, the alienation of the job decreased with the increase in the trust in the manager, the lower the level of alienation from the human resource applications, but the lack of mediation between the satisfaction with human resources practices and the alienation relationship between the employees. When the satisfaction with the human resources practices and trust in the manager are evaluated separately, they both have a reducing effect on alienation. In addition, satisfaction with human resources practices increases trust in managers and the level of alienation of the employees who are already low when HR satisfaction is high is not affected by the high level of trust in the manager.

Keywords
Confidence, Trust in Manager, Alienation to Work, Satisfaction with Human Resources Practices.