THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND JOB SATISFACTION WITH A PERCEPTION OF PERFORMANCE EVALUTION
The purpose of this study is to examine the correlation between job satisfaction and organizational commitment with the perceptions of employees and managers on performance evaluation system. Moreover, the correlations between job status and differential levels and also between job satisfaction and organizational commitment are also examined in terms of perceptions of job status (employee-manager) at various dimensions on performance evaluation system. The survey conducted is applied to the employees and managers at three textile factories in Turkey. There are 26 hypothesis developed within the model of this study and the data obtained via the surveys are tested basing on these hypotheses. As a result, it is seen that there is no differentiation in any perceptions of performance evaluation system in terms of job status; no significant correlation between job satisfaction and job status; a higher rate in the organizational commitment of managers than employees and a significant correlation between organizational commitments and job status in terms of several perceptions of performance evaluation. This study is important in terms of revealing the effects of perceptions on performance evaluation systems to the job satisfaction and organizational commitment and the differentiations in terms of job status.