Analysis of the Effects of Time Pressure and Supervisor Support on Organizational Cynicism and Employee Surveillance in Organization


Objetivo. Analizar las relaciones entre las variables de vigilancia de los empleados, apoyo del supervisor, cinismo organizacional y presión del tiempo. Metodología.
El grupo de muestra del estudio está formado por 417 empleados de cuello blanco del sector privado y público. Los resultados se analizaron y evaluaron con el programa SPSS 25. Los datos del análisis se recogieron en instituciones públicas y privadas que operan en Estambul.
Resultados. Como resultado del estudio se entiende que la presión del tiempo y el apoyo del supervisor tienen efectos significativos sobre el cinismo organizativo y la vigilancia de los empleados. Conclusiones. Con el análisis de los datos recibidos en el ámbito del modelo de investigación se puede concluir que los empleados esperan el apoyo de sus supervisores, de lo contrario comienzan a alejarse de la institución.


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Biografía del autor/a

Zafer Adiguzel, Medipol Business School

Phd in Business. İstanbul Medipol Üniversitesi, Medipol Business School, Istanbul, Turkey.

Sevgi Nur Karaalioglu, İstanbul Medipol Üniversitesi

Bachelor in Business. İstanbul Medipol Üniversitesi, Istanbul, Turkey

Cemal Zehir

Phd in Business. Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey.

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Adiguzel, Z., Karaalioglu, S. N., & Zehir, C. (2020). Analysis of the Effects of Time Pressure and Supervisor Support on Organizational Cynicism and Employee Surveillance in Organization. Revista Perspectiva Empresarial, 8(1), 7-26.
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