Organizational trust, organizational identification, and organizational cynicism: a research on white colors

Yakın, Burçak
Sökmen, Alptekin
Bıyık, Yunus
Organizational trust, organizational identification and organizationalcynicism are attractive issues for organizationalbehaviorresearchersbecauce of possible pozitive and negative affects on bothindividual and organizational performance and productivity. All of themwereused as research variables in manystudieswithdifferentsamples. For thisreason, the aim of thisstudyis to examine the relationshipbetweenorganizational trust (OT), organizationalidentity (OI) and organizationalcynicism (OC) in the sample of white-collaremployees. The surveywasconductedwith 199 employees in four factories of TurkishSugarFactory Inc. located in Ankara province. As a result of these analyses, a moderately positive relationship (R =, 406 p <0.01) wasfoundbetween OT and OI, and a negativecorrelationwasfoundbetween OT and OC (R = -, 537 p <0.01). The results show that OT and OI affect organizationalcynicism. Weconcludedthatincreasing OT meansincreasing OI and OC.
International Journal of Business and Management Invention


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B. Yakın, A. Sökmen, and Y. Bıyık, “Organizational trust, organizational identification, and organizational cynicism: a research on white colors,” International Journal of Business and Management Invention, pp. 72–78, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: