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ISSN: 2047-7031

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ISSN: 2047-7031  
Volume  5   Issue 8  2016  
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Article Abstract
The Roles of Organizational and Ethical Climate on Individual Performance of Employees
Keywords:  Organizational climate, Ethical climate, Individual performance
ÇİĞDEM KAYA and REYHAN BAŞKAYA
Performance evaluation is a process in which the productivity of employees or institutions is measured according to certain pre-determined standards. Being competitive in national and international markets and increasing productivity have gained importance under the current market conditions and in the process of globalization. The most significant source for organizations to provide a sustainable competitive advantage is human resources. Therefore, providing a positive workplace atmosphere to employees in the organizations is of great importance. This study tests the roles of organizational climate and ethical climate, which gradually gain significance in new organizational structures that emerge with social, economic and technological changes under the market conditions of the 21st century, on the individual performance of employees. For this purpose, data were obtained by using the survey method on the white-collar employees of organizations functioning in three diverse areas of the private sector in Istanbul. It was determined that while organizational climate has a low influence on the individual performance of employees, the ethical climate has an important role on the individual performance of employees.
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