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Job satisfaction and organizational identification perceptions of employees are essential in tourism. To create this perception not only management applications but also employees' personal differences, working environments, the relationship between employees and safety climate environment is needed. The purpose of this study is to determine how employees were affected by organizational climate and how their results affect organizational identification and job satisfaction perceptions. This study has been conducted by 300 employees who have been working at 4 and 5 star hotels. Data were collected through questionnaire by applying convenience sampling method. To test the hypothesis structural equation modeling was used. In this study, it has been observed that the job satisfaction is affected by organizational identification and organiational climate and that the organizational climate also affects organizational identification. According to these results, hypotesises of the research are supported. Theoretical contributions reveal that organizational climate affects organizational identification and job satisfaction. Like the results of similar studies in the literature, the results of this study will be beneficial for the hospitality industry.
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