Author(s): Cem KAHYA
The main purpose of this study is to examine the relationship and interaction between organizational silence and organizational alienation. For reaching this purpose, an empirical study was conducted on a sample group of total 58 people working in public and private banks operating in Bayburt. In this study, the concept of organizational silence; while the concept of alienation from work is evaluated in terms of silence of silence, silence of prosperity and prosocial silence dimensions; self-alienation, meaninglessness and powerlessness. The results of the research showed that prosocial silence had a negative effect and defensive silence had a positive effect on the dimension of powerlessness; defensive silence had a positive effect on the dimension of meaninglessness and finally acquiescent silence had a positive effect on the dimension of self-estrangement.