عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to investigate impact ethical leadership style and perceived organizational justice on organizational silence and the identification of causal relationships between these variables. The research method was descriptive – correlation. The statistical population of this study consisted of all Urmia university employees (N=600) during the 2014-2015 academic year, from which Cochran formula 235 were chosen as study sample through selected randomly. The data were collected through three standard questionnaire; Ethical leadership style (Kalshoven et al , 2011), perceived organizational justice (Colquitt , 2001) and organizational silence (Vakola & Bouradas, 2005) were used. to the data analysis statistical softwares such Spss & Lisrel was used. The analysis results showed that ethical leadership style and perceived organizational justice with organizational silence Urmia University Staff there are significant correlations. The results of structural equation modeling showed that ethical leadership style has a positive effect on perceived organizational justice and organizational silence a negative effect. Also the results showed that the direct effect of perceived organizational justice on organizational silence is significant inversely.