EXPLORING TURNOVER, BULLYING AT WORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT IN THE COMMUNICATION FIELD
ALINA-ROXANA DUMITRU, VLAD BURTAVERDE, TEODOR MIHAILAa
aUniversity of Bucharest, Department of Psychology
The purpose of this research is to test the moderating effect of organizational commitment on the relationship between bullying at work and intention to leave the organization in the context of the consolidation of two important companies in Romania.
The objectives of the study is to identify, explore and analyze the relationship between intention to leave the organization, organizational commitment and bullying at work in a multinational company from the communications field. The research results have confirmed a negative relationship between organizational commitment and intention to leave the organization. The same thing happened with the relationship between affective organizational commitment and intention to leave the organization and between the normative organizational commitment and intention to leave the organization.
It was also demonstrated that there is a positive relationship between continuance organizational commitment and bullying at work and between bullying at work and intention to leave the organization.
Research results regarding the moderating role of organizational commitment and its forms did not support the existence of any moderating effect of the concepts mentioned above on the relationship between workplace bullying and intention to leave the organization.
Cuvinte cheie: agresiune la locul de munca, angajament organizational, intentia de a parasi organizatia
Keywords: bullying at work, organizational commitment, turnover intentions
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