Psikolojik Taciz: Türkiye Genelinde Bir Araştırma

Bu çalışmada, ülkemizin on ilinde farklı sektörlerde çalışan 853 kişilik bir örneklem üzerinde psikolojik taciz sıklığını ve sonuçlarını inceledik. Bu araştırmada psikolojik tacize uğrama sıklığı %23, taciz sonucu kendini kurban olarak görme sıklığı ise %17 olarak belirlenmiştir. En sık görülen saldırgan davranışlar çalışanın bireysel ve mesleki saygınlığını zedelemeye yönelik türdendir (hak edilen takdir ve övgünün alınamaması, katkıların göz ardı edilmesi, yeteneğin üstünde yetersiz zamanda aşırı iş yükü verilmesi ya da yeteneğin çok altında basit ve gereksiz işlerin verilmesi gibi). Saldırganlar çoğunlukla üstlerdir. Analizler, baskıcı yönetim stilinin, iş ortamında psikolojik tacizi etkileyen faktörler arasında en çok etkili olduğunu göstermiştir.

Mobbing in Turkey

In this study we examined mobbing settings and outcomes with a data set from a cross-sectional occupational sample collected in ten cities in Turkey (N=853). The prevalence of mobbing in this sample was 23% however victimization was 17% only. The most frequent aggressive behaviors were threats to the victim's personal and occupational reputation such as having been denied a praise or promotion, having had one's contributions ignored by others, having been given unreasonable workloads above competence or simple and meaningless work below competence. Analyses showed that oppressive management was the most influential factor for mobbing in work environment.

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