Businesses are not just a set of policies or procedures or else parts of a plant or machine, but also individuals and their relationships. From this perspective, businesses, which are important social systems, have to take into account the perceptions of their employees' justice and the positive or negative behavioral situations that may arise as a result of these perceptions in order to manage these relations effectively. In this context, the main purpose of the study is to examine the relationship between organizational justice, organizational stress and whistleblowing theoretically, to examine the relationship between health workers' perception of justice in business life and their perspectives on whistleblowing behavior and to find out how job stress plays a role in this relationship. In order to achieve this goal, surveys were conducted for individuals working in private and public hospitals. With the researches, data on employees' perceptions of organizational justice, whistleblowing intentions and stress levels were collected. It has been found that job stress has a partial mediating effect on the relationship between organizational justice perception and intention of whistleblowing.
Organizational Justice, Organizatonal Stress, Whistleblowing, Healthcare Employees