Abstract


EXAMINATION OF CAREER MANAGEMENT LEVELS OF EMPLOYEES IN SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS

Since the sports sector is of great importance for the country, ensuring that the employees in sports organizations work with precision will bring direct success. In this direction, the aim of the research is to examine the career management levels of the employees in sports organizations in terms of some variables. The study group of the research consists of 268 participants, 119 (44.4%) female and 149 (55.6%) male, working in the provincial directorates of sports services in different provinces. In the first part of the data collection tool, in order to determine the personal characteristics of the participants, there are questions about demographic characteristics (such as age, gender, education level, years of service) created by the researcher. In the second part, the "Career Management Scale in Sports Organizations" developed by Eroğlu, Yavuz Eroğlu and Karakuş (2020) was used to measure the career management levels of the employees. The scale consists of 3 sub-dimensions, namely "Adequacy of Human Resources", "Organizational Career Management" and "Individual Career Management" and a total of 30 items. While analyzing the data, t-test, one-way analysis of variance (Anova) and posthoc (Tukey, LSD) analyzes were used to examine the differences in scale levels according to the descriptive characteristics of the employees. Cohen (d) and Etasquare (η2) coefficients were used to calculate the effect size. In the study, career management sub-dimensions (adequacy of human resources, individual career management and organizational career management); When we look at whether it differs according to gender, age, marital status, education status, unit of work, position in the institution, length of service, previous employment in another job, the research results show that career management according to the educational status of the participants, the unit worked and their previous employment status. levels differed. However, there was no difference in career management (human resources adequacy, organizational career management, individual career management) level according to gender, age, marital status, length of service and position in the institution. As a result, in order to increase the success of sports organizations that have a dynamic structure, it is necessary to plan, direct and implement the career management of the employees.



Keywords

Career Management, Organizational Career Management, Individual Career Management


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