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Whistle blowing intention in relation to perceived organizational support, attitude to whistle blow, channel of communication among public servant

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conference contribution
posted on 2024-06-06, 08:22 authored by NZ Kamarunzaman, AA Zawawi, ZH Hussin, JK Campbell
The aims of this paper are two folds, to identify as to whether intention to whistle blow exists; and to ascertain the relationship between perceived organizational support, channel of communication, and the attitude of those who with intention to blow the whistle. The study has undertaken population study in one of the Northern Region's public office which consists of 400 populations in total. At least 204 public servants were involved in this research as the respondents. Data were collected through self-administered questionnaire. The findings indicated that there exists intention to whistle blow on the part of the within the organization (mean=4.059). Further analysis discovered that there are positive relationships between all variables with regards to the intention to blow the whistle. Channel of communication is the most dominant variable that drives the respondents to act morally in the organization. Copyright © 2012 IEEE.

History

Pagination

285-289

Location

Bandung, Indonesia

Start date

2012-09-23

End date

2012-09-26

ISBN-13

9781457716348

Language

eng

Publication classification

E Conference publication, E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2012, IEEE

Title of proceedings

ISBEIA 2012 : IEEE Symposium on Business, Engineering and Industrial Applications

Event

Business, Engineering and Industrial Applications. IEEE Symposium (2012 : Bandung, Indonesia)

Publisher

IEEE

Place of publication

Piscataway, N.J.