The aim of this study is to determine the effect of organizational commitment and organizational identification on whistleblowing. The target population of the research consists of 1953 academicians working at Sivas Cumhuriyet University in the fall semester of the 2019-2020 Academic Year. The data of the study were collected by questionnaire technique using "personal information form", "organizational commitment scale", "organizational identification scale" and "whistleblowing scale". The data obtained were analyzed using the SPSS 25 program. First, Cronbach's Alpha coefficients were determined to measure the reliability of the scales. Arithmetic mean, median, skew and kurtosis coefficients were examined to find the distribution of the data. Pearson Correlation Analysis and multiple regression analysis were used to examine the relationship between variables. According to the results of the Pearson Correlation Analysis conducted to examine the relationship between variables, it was observed that there is a moderate positive correlation between the organizational commitment levels of the participants and their level of identification. It was determined that there is a low level positive correlation between organizational commitment levels and information disclosure levels. It was determined that there is a low level positive relationship between organizational identification levels and information disclosure levels. According to the results of multiple regression analysis conducted to determine the effect of organizational commitment and organizational identification on whistleblowing, it was determined that organizational commitment does not have a significant effect on whistleblowing, and that organizational identification has a significant effect on whistleblowing at 99% confidence level.
Organizational Commitment, Organizational Identification, Whistleblowing.