عنوان مقاله [English]
This study determined the effect pattern of structural empowerment on employees' voice of behavior in the organization, according to the mediating role of bullying in the workplace and psychological well-being. The current research is a kind of descriptive field of study to collect information A total of 280 nurses in Tehran Taleghani's Hospital were aimed as the reaearch statistical society, and based on the simple random sampling method a collection of 162 nurses were selected as the research statistical sample. Reaeach data collection was implemented by using questionnaires, that thier reliability was calculated by Cronbach's alpha. Also Data was analyzed by using the Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) techniques in the PLS sofwere. The results showed that structural empowerment through a negative impact on voice of behavior in the organization and employees' psychological well-being has positive impact on increasing the voice of behavior in the organization.
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