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What is Accountants

Handbook of Research on Positive Organizational Behavior for Improved Workplace Performance
The professionals who realize the accounting operations in the institutions.
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A Research About the Organizational Psychological Capital Levels of Certified Public Accountants
Mahmut Sami Ozturk (Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-0058-3.ch019
Psychological capital is a concept that is mentioned together with positive organizational behavior and has become more widespread recently. Psychological capital, which evaluates people positively, focuses on the personal characteristics and tendencies of individuals. The main purpose of psychological capital is to ensure that individuals' psychologies are better. The aim of this study is to investigate the psychological capital levels of certified public accountants. Psychological capital levels of certified public accountants are important because the working conditions are intense and difficult, and they have a stressful life. In line with the purpose of the study, a survey was conducted for 294 certified public accountants. The results of the survey conducted on the optimism, resiliency, hope, and self-efficacy levels of the certified public accountants were investigated.
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