The Level of Workplace Bullying and Its Impact on Employee Loyalty: An Applied Study on the Nursing Staff at Menoufia University Hospitals

  •  Ahmed Ebrahim Mousa    


The aim of this study is to conduct an examination of how workplace bullying affects employee loyalty. The focus of the study was technical and specialist nurses employed in Egypt’s Menoufia University. The study's data was collected from 240 participants. The results from the study show that the sub-dimensions of workplace bullying and correlations with employee loyalty are moderate in the negative direction. On the other hand, it has also been concluded that the perceptions of workplace bullying sub-dimensions explain 23.8 percent of the aggregate variance in employee loyalty. The analysis of the teats results of regression coefficient regression model is conducted, it can be noted that as the levels of workplace bullying increase in the workplace, the perception of employee loyalty statistics decreases. When it comes to comparative importance predictor variables on the levels of employee loyalty shows that the leading factor is attacks on health, the second is attacks on self-expression, the third is attacks on social relations, and the last is attacks on reputation. In the study, the insignificance sub-dimension, which has the least average is the attack on the quality of professional and personal life. From the results, it can be concluded that the nursing staff at Menoufia University Hospital’s perception of their loyalty variable is at the level of medium.

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