İşyeri Dedikodusunun Çok Boyutluluğu (Çalışanların Dedikodu Algıları Üzerine Bir Araştırma)

Öz Bu makalenin amacı,çalışanlar arasında dedikodu algısının boyutlarına ilişkin İstanbul’dagerçekleştirilen bir araştırmanın sonuçlarını ortaya koymaktır. Özetle, bulgular, çalışanların dedikoduyudört farklı boyutta algıladıklarını göstermiştir: (1) ahlakilik, (2)arkadaşlık, (3) bilgi edinme, (4) husumet. İkinci olarak, işyerinde dedikodudavranışından kaçınmanın en önemli belirleyicisinin ahlaki tutum faktörü olduğutespit edilmiştir. Ayrıca, sonuçlar, kadın deneklerin erkeklere göre dedikodudavranışına daha meyilli olduğunu ortaya koymuştur. Nihayet, ahlaki tutum puanıile eğitim düzeyi arasında güçlü bir ilişki olduğu saptanmıştır

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