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Title The Influence of Workplace Bullying on Employees Job Performance, Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention in a Newly Established Private Hospital
AuthorsEDIP SABAHATTIN METE and ALEV SOKMEN
Abstract

This paper presents a study conducted at a private hospital in the province of Ankara, which examined the effects of workplace bullying among the healthcare staff on the job performance, job satisfaction and turnover intention. It was determined that there was a positive relationship between the workplace bullying behaviors towards the individuals and the turnover intention, whereas a negative relationship was observed between the workplace bullying and the job performance. In addition, a negative relationship was determined between job satisfaction and turnover intention. Within the scope of this study, the path analysis modeling, which is considered applicable among the structural equation modeling types and which aims to study the relationship grids among the observed variables, was considered. The values defined as Goodness of Fit Indices enabled the decision of the acceptability of each model as a whole by the data. The findings obtained within the scope of the analysis demonstrated that the factor structure in general sense was within the acceptable limits. Key Words: Workplace Bullying, Job Satisfaction, Job Performance, Turnover Intention.

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