Article Information
Journal: Business and Economics Research Journal
Title of Article: The Impact of The Employees’ Organizational Justice and Burnout Levels on Perceptions of Organizational Silence
Author(s): Kemal Erogluer, Recep Caner Erselcan
Volume: 8
Number: 2
Year: 2017
Page: 325-348
ISSN: 1309-2448
DOI Number: 10.20409/berj.2017.53
Employees in organizations that are important actors of social life are the basic element of organizational success. Accomplishment of an organization is closely tied to the management applications to be followed. Perception of employees on justice of organizational operations and procedures affect their support and participation in the processes Employee’ perception of organizational justice may have impact on burnout levels. It can be argued that low employee perception of justice can lead to increase in the level of burnout and decrease of their support and attandance tol procedures and diminishs with the time being finally causes employee silence. This study has been made on 209 employees of three manufacturing company which are operating in İzmir, Bursa and Balıkesir. Obtained data has been evaluated by the corelation, regression analyzes and decriptive stastistics. In this study following results have been reached; sub-dimensions of organizational justice affected emotional burnout, depersonalization and decline in personal sense of achievement negatively and sub-dimensions of organizational justice affect the employee silence negatively, although depersonalization and sense of decline in personal achievement affect employee silence positively. It is thought that the number of studies that deal with these three subjects is very limited and it will contribute in this sense.

Keywords: Organizational Justice, Burnout, Employee Silence, Manufacturing Sector

JEL Classification: M10, M12, J53

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