Investigating the Relationship between Social Capital, Employee Performance, and Employee Empowerment in Educational Organizations


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https://doi.org/10.52380/ijedal.2023.1.2.20

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This study, which is aimed at examining the relationship between social capital, employee performance, and employee empowerment in educational organizations, was designed with a correlational survey design from quantitative research methods. A total of 392 teachers working in public schools in Maltepe, Kartal, Pendik, and Tuzla districts of Istanbul province, selected by simple random sampling method, participated in the study. The research data were collected using the "Social Capital Scale", "Employee Performance Scale" and "School Participant Empowerment Scale". Correlation and regression analyses were conducted to reveal the relationship between the concepts using the collected data set. As a result of the analyses, it was revealed that there is a positive relationship between employee performance and employee empowerment, employee performance and social capital, and employee empowerment and social capital. Moreover, it has been observed that social capital and employee performance perception have a positive predictive effect on employee empowerment perception.

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2023-06-30

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