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İŞ GÖREN SESLİLİĞİNİN DEMOGRAFİK DEĞİŞKENLER AÇISINDAN DEĞERLENDİRİLMESİ: ÇOKULUSLU BİR ÖRNEKLEM ÜZERİNDE ÇALIŞMA

Relationships Between Employee Voice And Demographic Variables: A Study On Multinational Staff

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http://dx.doi.org/10.23929/javs.167

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Employee voice is defined as the expression of constructive thoughts rather than the criticism of organizational practices (Van Dyne ve LePine, 1998: 109). Employees by showing voice behavior, providing feedback to their organizations and contributing positively, organizations get the competitive advantage and it is life for success. In this study the differences in the demographic characteristics of the employee voice have been examined on a multinational sample of 598 personnel from 13 different countries working in the camps of NATO in Afghanistan from 20 August 2015 to 12 March 2016. The demographic variables (marital status, age, total working time, working time in Afghanistan, income status) were found to differ in terms of the employee voice. In this context, proposals are presented to increase the voice behaviors of workers with different demographic characteristics.
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İş gören sesliliği organizasyon uygulamalarının eleştirilmesinden ziyade, organizasyonun lehine, yapıcı düşüncelerin dile getirilmesi olarak tanımlanmaktadır (Van Dyne ve LePine, 1998: 109). İş görenlerin seslilik davranışı göstererek, organizasyonlarına geri besleme sağlamaları ve olumlu yönde katkıları, organizasyonların rekabet avantajı elde etmesi ve başarı için hayatidir. Çalışmada iş gören sesliliğinin demografik değişkenlere göre gösterdiği farklılıklar 20 Ağustos 2015- 12 Mart 2016 tarihleri arasında NATO bünyesinde Afganistan’da bulunan kamplarda görev yapan 13 ayrı ülkeden 598 personelden oluşan çok uluslu bir örneklem üzerinde incelenmiştir. Çalışma sonucunda iş gören sesliliğinin demografik değişkenler açısından (medeni hal, yaş, toplam çalışma süresi, Afganistan’da çalışma süresi, gelir durumu) farklılık gösterdiği tespit edilmiştir. Bu bağlamda farklı demografik özelliklere sahip iş görenlerin seslilik davranışlarının artırılması için öneriler sunulmuştur.

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