The Management Scouting Behaviors of Employees in Oil & Gas Companies in Iraq


Authors : Hawra’a Salah Al-Maliki; Dr. Çiğdem ÖZARI

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 9 - September

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20SEP795

The main purpose of this study is to outline and identify the influences of employees' job and organizational engagement on their scouting behavior. The study investigates the structural mechanisms between the effectiveness of quality of organizationemployees relationship, intrinsic motivation, creative process engagement, and training effectiveness, as well as their effectiveness on employee scouting. The study was conceived and carried out using the form of Quantitative Analysis. Iraq has identified the survey community; a total of 150 respondents have received from employees of oil and gas companies. Simple and multiple regression analysis was used to analyzing the hypothesis of study. The present study builds on the connectivity parameters of employees at both personal (e.g., intrinsic motivation of creativity, innovative process involvement) and organizational or administrative levels (e.g., the quality of employees' perceived relationship with their organization, perceived training effectiveness) when developing a model that connects the scouting behaviors of employees and their context in a comprehensive measured way. Simple and multiple regression methods were demonstrated between the variables to the examinations of the hypothesis in our study, and by analyzing our data we could support the relationship between the variables and the hypotheses

Keywords : Employees, Scouting, Creativity, Motivation, Management.

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