The Role of Job Satisfaction between Individual Performance & Strategic HR Management

Ozan Himmetoğlu, Osman Bayraktar


In this research, it is aimed to examine the mediating role of job satisfaction between individual performance and strategic human resources management. The research was designed according to the quantitative research design, and the sample group consists of 266 white-collar employees working in different automotive industry companies located in the Marmara Region. Data were collected by random survey method. In the research, descriptive statistics, validity and reliability analyzes, normal distribution, confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), path analysis and mediation analyzes were performed. SPSS 24, for descriptive statistics and reliability analysis, and LISREL for CFA, path analysis and mediation analysis were employed. According to the analysis results, job satisfaction variable has a mediating role in the effect of strategic human resources management on individual performance. This research is unique in that it investigates the role of job satisfaction in the impact of strategic human resources on individual performance in the automotive industry. The results obtained are indicative for users.


Job Satisfaction, Individual Performance, Strategic Human Resources Management

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