El papel mediador del apoyo percibido del supervisor entre el presentismo y el desempeño de los empleados: un estudio de la fabricación de azúcar en Erzincan, Turquía

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Murat bas
Mohammad Quasim Ayaz


Presentismo, Apoyo de la Supervisión, Desempeño de los Empleados, Teoría de las Relaciones Sociales


Existe un amplio entendimiento de que existe una relación entre el comportamiento de los líderes y la reacción de los empleados, particularmente en el sentido del presentismo que asegura la buena salud de los empleados. Sin embargo, estamos de acuerdo en que se entiende mucho menos sobre los posibles procesos de mediación que subrayan los vínculos entre el apoyo de la supervisión, el presentismo y el apoyo de los empleados. En este estudio, los indicadores de desempeño de los empleados, vinculados con el presentismo, mientras que los supervisores apoyan jugar como mediador. Vinculamos la teoría del aprendizaje social, donde las personas valoran los comportamientos superables. Los hallazgos del estudio revelaron una relación positiva entre el presentismo y el desempeño de los empleados en el estado Erzincan de Turkia. El estudio encontró una mediación positiva del apoyo de la supervisión entre el presentismo y el desempeño de los empleados. La relación del modelo de investigación se probó con la ayuda de la implementación de cuestionarios adoptados de 280 personas que respondieron al cuestionario como participantes potenciales. El análisis exploró comentarios positivos de la hipótesis (aceptada). Los hallazgos del estudio contribuyen tanto al ámbito académico como al no académico, lo que lleva a una posible comprensión e importancia tanto del presentismo como del apoyo de la supervisión.


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