Ethical Climate, Job Satisfaction and Mobbing

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Number of pages: 92-132
Year-Number: 2017-10

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship among ethical climate, job satisfaction and workplace mobbing and to explore how they affect each other. First, the theoretical back ground of ethics, job satisfaction, mobbing, and the relationships among them are explained by an extensive literature review and along with survey data collected from 158 employees from 81 irrigation unions’ employees in Turkey. The study showed, employees’ perceptions of a positive ethical climate and culture are positively associated with their job satisfaction; and their perception of a positive job satisfaction is negatively associated with their perception of mobbing.

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship among ethical climate, job satisfaction and workplace mobbing and to explore how they affect each other. First, the theoretical back ground of ethics, job satisfaction, mobbing, and the relationships among them are explained by an extensive literature review and along with survey data collected from 158 employees from 81 irrigation unions’ employees in Turkey. The study showed, employees’ perceptions of a positive ethical climate and culture are positively associated with their job satisfaction; and their perception of a positive job satisfaction is negatively associated with their perception of mobbing.

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