The Effect of Civil Servants’ Mobbing Perception on Organizational commitment: A Practice in Special Provincial Administration of Erzurum

Esra Kızıloğlu, Aykut Bedük

Abstract


Mobbing which is workers’ worst nightmare causes not only physical and psychological damage, but also various costs in terms of organizations. The most important cost of them are decreasing organizational commitment of the employers and consequently, increasing rate of quitting the job. The main purpose of this study is toobserve the effects of the mobbing civil servants are exposed to at the workplace on their commitment to their organizations. With these purposes, the connection between being exposed to mobbing and organizational commitment of employees working in Special Province Administration of Erzurum has been examined. In the analyses, it has been reached that civil servants have been rarely exposed to mobbing and that their commitment to their organizations are at moderate level. Besides, as a result of analysis it has been reached that there is a negative relation between variables and to explain the organizational commitment variable, mobbing variable is statistically meaningful.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n4p144


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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)

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