Geri Anasayfa

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE, ORGANIZATIONAL ANOMIE AND ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST: A STUDY ON HOTELS

Abstract
In this research which aims to reveal the relations between organizational justice, organizational trust and organizational anomie; The effect of organizational trust on organizational anomie, the effect of organizational justice on organizational trust and organizational anomie, and the role of organizational trust in the organizational justice effects on organizational anomie have been examined. For this purpose, data were gathered from the questionnaire technique of the people working in five-star hotel companies operating in Antalya and 824 questionnaires were taken into consideration. After this phase, simple linear, multiple and hierarchical regression analyzes were performed to determine the causal link between study subjects and to test the hypotheses of the research. Sobel test was used to determine the level of significance of the mediation effect. It was found that employees' perceptions of organizational justice effect their trust levels positively and significantly, and it effects organizational anomie levels negatively and significantly, and organizational trust perceptions effects organizational anomie levels negatively and significantly. Moreover, it has been reached that organizational trust plays a partial mediating role in the effect of organizational justice to the organizational anomie. As the perceptions of the justice of the employees increase, the organizational trust feelings increase and therefore the organizational levels of the anomie decrease. This study is considered important in terms of presenting some results by investigating the relationships between the relevant variables and by making recommendations to researchers, business managers, human resources specialists and educational consultants.

Keywords
Organizational justice, organizational anomie, organizational trust, hotels