Impact of Work-Place Mobbing on The Knowledge Hiding in The Public Health Sector Employees: Mediating Role of Employees Cynicism
The term "mobbing" in the workplace refers to a situation in which a person is subjected to repeated unfavorable actions from one or more others over a period of time. When the relevant literature is examined, it is discovered that there are just a few studies that focus on mobbing and organizational commitment. In this sense, the primary goal of this research is to see if there is a link between mobbing in the workplace and employee organizational commitment. The goal of this study is to see how people react to psychological assault (mobbing). The actions are usually hidden, and they are occasionally instigated and encouraged by management. The report analyses the sometimes poisonous character of public sector culture, mobbing behaviors, and workplace ejection by focusing on three topics that arose from the interview study. The role of "organizational cynicism" as a mediating factor in the relationship between rudeness in the workplace and organizational silence was investigated in this study. The study is a cross-sectional quantitative research study. The data have crucial implications for understanding how mobbing is viewed in the workplace, as well as the role of employees' values and belief systems in generating these impressions. A basic random sample strategy was used to acquire research data. Data study reveals a strong and positive association between participants' judgments of workplace rudeness and organizational quiet. This association is considered to be mediated by the impression of organizational cynicism. It was understood that the participants' high sense of workplace lethargy contributed to their high perception of organizational quiet.
Keywords - Organizational Behavior, Workplace Incivility, Organizational Cynicism, Mobbing,