Author(s): Cem Güney ÖZVEREN

The aim of this research is to examine the mobbing concept which we learn more and more about its destructions every day from a different perspective and contribute to the literature. 42 people who said they were victims of mobbing were interviewed. However, considering the issues required to be considered mobbing in the literature, only 14 of these individuals were able to participate in the analysis, and in-depth interviews were conducted using the phenomenology pattern, which is one of the qualitative research methods, and some conclusions were reached on the premises and results of the case. In the framework of the research results, it is revealed that managerial factors are a very important factor. In the literature, mostly individual factors are examined and in this study, administrative factors are highlighted. It is thought that the results of the research will contribute to both the scales developed about mobbing and the research models to be developed on the subject


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