THE INTERMEDIARY ROLE OF LEADER-MEMBER INTERACTION IN THE EFFECT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE TYPES ON MOBBING
ÖRGÜT KÜLTÜRÜ TİPLERİNİN MOBBİNGE ETKİSİNDE LİDER-ÜYE ETKİLEŞİMİNİN ARACILIK ROLÜ

Author : Gül GÜN
Number of pages : 361-377

Abstract

The values of the employees including their perspectives on organizational structure, politics, operations and organizational goals constitute the culture of that organization. Organizational culture may allow or filter mobbing attitudes Formative relationships between organizational culture and employee structure determine the nature of the interaction between leaders and members. Therefore, the interaction between different leaders and members in different organizational cultures may be different .In this context, this study has examined the intermediary role of leader-member interaction on the relationship between organizational culture and mobbing. To this end, data were collected from 223 workers working in textile enterprises in the city of Bitlis by interview technique. According to research findings, the type of bureaucratic organizational culture, one of the organizational culture types, has a positive effect on mobbing whereas Innovative Culture and Supportive Cultural have no significant effect on it. According to the analysis result, the Bureaucratic Culture and Supporting Culture have a positive influence on the Leader-Member Interaction, however the Innovative Culture has no significant effect on it. The Leader-Member Interaction, whose organizational culture types mediation effect was studied, has been analyzed together and the effects of the variables on mobbing have been viewed. It has been seen that the bureaucratic culture type continues its effect on mobbing, however the beta coefficient (ß = 0.438) has decreased to 0.381 (p

Keywords

Bureaucratic Culture, Innovative Culture, Supportive Culture, Mobbing, Leader-Member İnteraction

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