Investigation of the Effects of Job Adjustment and Job Engagement on Organizational Silence of Ayandeh bank’s Employees
The main purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of job adjustment and job engagement on the organizational silence of Ayandeh bank’s employees. This research in terms of purpose is "practical" and in terms of data collection is "descriptive-correlation". The statistical population of the study consisted of 1919 mature employees in Ayandeh bank in the year 2018. Using a Morgan table and a random sampling method, 320 employees were selected as sample. Data were collected by Davis Lawfocus's job adjustment questionnaire (1984), Salunova and Shufli's job engagement questionnaire (2001) and Morrison and Millikan's organizational silence questionnaire (2000). In order to analyze the data of this research, SPSS software was used at two levels of descriptive and inferential statistics. In the descriptive section, mean, standard deviation, frequency and frequency percentage were used. In the inferential section, Pearson correlation test and regression were used to test the hypotheses. The results of Pearson correlation test showed that the various components of job adjustment (progress value, convenience value, position value, altruism value, safety value, autonomy value and compatibility style) have a direct and significant relationship with organizational silence employees of Ayandeh bank. But the components of job engagement (ability, self-sacrifice, and attraction) have an inverse relationship with organizational silence of Ayandeh bank's employees.