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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST AND ORGANIZATIONAL SILENCE: AN EXAMPLE OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITY

Arzu Karaca Cakinberk, Nurten Polat Dede, Gulsen Yilmaz

Journal Title:Journal of Economics, Finance and Accounting (JEFA)
Abstract


Workers can be work more productive and efficient in the work environment where they trust and able to explain problems, idea and suggestions smoothly. Otherwise, workers dont express their ideas and opinions related to the organization and become silent with protection against potential reactions; fear of being problematic person; and even the worker states problems, what the worker says doesnt have any effect. The purpose of this research is to draw attention to organizational silence and organizational trust and to raise awareness of these notions for contributing to managers develop informative and guiding solutions; creating development, change and increase performance in organizations. In this context, it is intended to figure out relationship between organizational silence and organizational trust and to assess its effect on a public university. The data were collected from 156 academic personnel with improved survey forms. In analysis result there is a statistically significant negative, close to moderate relationship between workers organizational trust perception and organizational silence behavior.

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