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Danish Mushtaq Amna Mushtaq Nazia Mushtaq Ayesha Sajid Taga Humaira Channa

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The present research is find out effect of offensive supervision on worker’s silence which is the case study of Health Department of Multan District in the context of  anticipation orientation as an mediator variable and leader member exchange as  moderator variable. The study carried following research objectives; firstly to examine association of offensive supervision with worker silence and anticipation orientation, secondly to study the association of anticipation orientation with worker silence, thirdly to find out anticipation orientation as mediator variable between offensive supervision and worker silence and fourthly to find the element of LMX as moderator and offensive supervision AO (Anticipation Orientation) in Multan Division (Pakistan). The research carries following research questions i) does AO (Anticipation Orientation) mediates the relationship between offensive supervision and worker silence? ii) Does offensive supervision is associated with worker silence? iii) Does LMX regulate the association of offensive supervision and AO (Anticipation Orientation)? Researcher used quantitative cross sectional survey in which target population consists of government health department of Multan District.  Simple random sampling technique used by using simple random number table to access sample unit.  Interview schedule used as means of data collection. Descriptive and inferential statistics conducted to analyze the data by using SPSS version 21.0. This study provided appropriate recommendations for further studies on the effect of offensive supervision on worker silence in Government organizations.

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Effect Of Offensive Supervision On Worker’s Silence: A Case Study Of Health Department Of Multan District. (2023). Journal of Namibian Studies : History Politics Culture, 35, 1864-1879. https://doi.org/10.59670/jns.v35i.3883

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