Ömer Erdem KOÇAK, Hazel AGUN
Çalışan Ses Davranışının Grupiçi İlişki Kalitesi ile Açıklanabilirliği ve İşte Kendini Yetiştirmenin Rolü
Bu çalışmada grup düzeyindeki bir kavram olan grup içi ilişki kalitesi ile birey düzeyindeki kavram olan çalışan ses davranışının arasında ilişki kurulmasını sağlayan bir mekanizma önerilmiştir. Literatür taramasıyla karşılaştırılan kavramlar arasında işte kendini yetiştirmenin hem hazcı ve mutçu esenlik boyutlarını kapsaması hem de köklerinin sosyal dinamiklerde olması nedeniyle kullanılması düşünülmüştür. Bu aracılık etkisini test etmek için online anket yoluyla 462 katılımcıdan veri toplanmıştır. Yapısal eşitlik modellemesi ve bootstrapping metodu kullanılarak işte kendini yetiştirmenin ilişkide aracı olup olmadığı test edilmiştir. Sonuçlar, verilerin modelle uyumlu olduğunu, anlamlı dolaylı etkinin bulunduğunu göstermiştir. Buna göre işte kendini yetiştirmenin tam aracı etkisi olduğu doğrulanmıştır. Bu çalışma, sosyal çevrenin birey hal ve davranışları üzerindeki etkiyi göstermesi açısından önemlidir.
Anahtar Kelimeler: İşte Kendini Yetiştirme, Çalışan Ses Davranışı, Yüksek İlişki Kalitesi, Grupiçi İlişkiler
Explaining Employee Voice Behavior Through Intragroup Relationship Quality and the Role of Thriving at Work
In this study, we propose an underlying mechanism that provides a link between high-quality relationships as a group-level concept and employee voice as individual behavior. After an extent literature scanning, we employed the concept of thriving since it comprehends both hedonic and eudemonic well-being as well as his roots in social dynamics. To test this mediation link, we conducted an online survey with 462 participants and used structural equation modeling with the bootstrapping method to reveal whether thriving at work mediates the relationship. The results show that the data fit the model well, and the significant indirect effect exists, which confirms the full mediator role of thriving at work. This study has value as it shows what extent social environment impacts individual states and behaviors.
Anahtar Kelimeler: Thriving at Work, Employee Voice Behavior, High Quality Connections, Intragroup Relations

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