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The Mediator Role of Employee Silence in the Relationship between Toxic Leadership Behaviour and Contextual Performance

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.11, No. 1)

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Page : 957-967

Keywords : Toxic leadership; contextual performance; employee silence; organization silence;

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Employee Performance is has been taken seriously in organization in recent years. The effort that employee show to increase their performance, is taking in consideration while organization is hiring an employee. Beside this, leadership is important factor to help employee perform in the best way and help organization success. Somehow toxic leadership has a negative affect on this success and decrease in employee performance. Having a toxic leader in organization make some employee to remain silent, and stay away from voluntary work which is known as contextual performance. The aim of the study is to show the relationship of toxic leadership and contextual performance, while employee silence as a mediator role between these relationships. The data collected through online survey.400 people participated in the survey, which %52 of them is female and %48 is male. The survey divided into four sections: demographic information, organizational silence scale, toxic leadership scale and contextual performance scale. For analyzing the data, SPSS program was used. Different tests were used to look at the differences between the variables in terms of demographic characteristics. Significant findings were obtained for the gender, age, job, and organizational tenure categories.

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