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Written ethical code of conduct for accountants in turkey and criticisms of these codes
(HR Mars, 2012)
The official and written ethical principles that accountants are required to comply with in Turkey are discussed briefly in this study. Various aspects of these principles gathered under a specific regulation are criticized. ...
Considering glass ceiling in Turkey: ideas of executives in education sector regarding women in the workplace
(Macrothink Institute, 2012)
The purpose of this study is to determine, taking the “glass ceiling” into account, which factors contribute to the ideas of top education executives regarding women in the workplace and to identify whether these ideas ...
Connecting work flexibility and job satisfaction in Turkey : a study of a leading Turkish University
Working flexibility and job satisfaction are considered in this study. The most important assets of any organization are its human resources, which differ from other assets due to their psycho-social nature. This distinct ...
Effects of organizational communication on work commitment: a case study on a public agency in Ankara
(Society for Business and Management Dynamics, 2012)
In today's business world, concepts such as technology, diversity, competition, uncertainty and confusion stand out. Businesses that want to succeed by overcoming all of these concepts are required to take into consideration ...
Honor kilings in Turkey
The concept of honor is very important for an individual’s integration into a group. A person’s failure in this area causes her to feel ashamed and lose status. Honor permeates the common values and norms which determine ...
An analysis of Turkish Russian rapprochement: Trends and prospects
(İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim Üniversitesi, 2012)
The history of tense bilateral relations between Turkey and Russia had changed dramatically in the last two decades. This paper will analyze reasons for this change and its implications. This project argues that first, ...