A Study On The Effects Of Nepotism, Favoritism And Cronyism On Organizational Trust In The Auditing Process In Family Businesses In Turkey

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Hatice Necla Keles
Tugba Kural Ozkan
Muhammet Bezirci


Nepotism, Organizational Trust, Auditing, Internal Auditing


Nepotism, favoritism and cronyism, which can be seen in all sectors of todays business world, have become quite common behavior. The granting of privileges to certain individuals is an extremely disturbing situation to the organizations employees and the lack of trust arising under such conditions negatively affects job satisfaction, organizational loyalty, and individual performance, and can hinder the internal control system in the auditing process. In this study, the effects of nepotism, favoritism and cronyism on organizational loyalty regarding the internal control system in the auditing process in the Turkish textiles sector are examined. In order to uncover the relationships in question, frequency breakdowns, Cronbachs Alpha reliability testing, and regression analysis are performed.


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