The effect of corporate social responsibility audits on organizational commitment: A structural equation modeling approach

Ayberk Soyer*, Hüseyin Birkan Özkan

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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities are carried out by managers to protect the interests of their organizations, as well as to develop and protect the general interests of the society. The perception related to the organization's practices and activities within the scope of CSR will increase organizational commitment (OC). Being one of the key factors for an organization's success, the commitment of employees to their organizations is becoming increasingly important, and organizations want their employees to be at the highest level of loyalty. In this context, CSR audits are considered as a tool used to examine in detail the working conditions affecting the employees, and they make it possible to evaluate the relationship between these conditions and OC. From this point of view, this study aims to examine the effect of employees' perception related to the working conditions examined in CSR audits on OC in the textile sector. The PLS-SEM approach was used to evaluate the hypothesized relationships.

Orijinal dilİngilizce
Ana bilgisayar yayını başlığıResearch Anthology on Business Law, Policy, and Social Responsibility
YayınlayanIGI Global
Sayfalar1578-1607
Sayfa sayısı30
Hacim4-4
ISBN (Elektronik)9798369320464
ISBN (Basılı)9798369320457
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Yayın durumuYayınlandı - 21 Ara 2023

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