Research on the Relationship between Trainers' Turnover Intention and Organizational Justice

Ersan Tolukan, Yakup Akyel


The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between the organizational justice levels and the turnover intention of trainers working in different departments. The present research was designed with relational screening model. Organizational Justice Scale developed by Kim (2009) and adapted to Turkish by Sayın and Şahin (2017) and the Turnover Intention Scale developed by Mobley et al. (1978) were applied to 382 volunteer participants. One-way analysis of variance was used in order to determine whether there was a significant difference in turnover intention and organizational justice levels according to demographic characteristics of participants. Pearson correlation coefficient was calculated in order to determine the level of relationship between the participants' organizational justice levels and their turnover intention. Significance level was taken as 0.05. At the end of the study, it was determined that there was a negative and medium level relationship between the organizational justice levels of the trainers and their turnover intention. When evaluating them in terms of demographic variables, it was determined that as the level of educational level of the trainers increases, the level of distribution justice sub-dimension decreases and the levels of organizational perception of the trainers, whose branches are the combat sport, were low.

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