With this research, it was aimed to determine the relationship between the mobbing behaviors faced by teachers working in secondary schools and the perception of organizational climate and job alienation. The population of the research is 669 teachers working in 22 secondary schools affiliated to the Ministry of National Education in Palandöken district of Erzurum province in 2017-2018 academic year. The sample of the study consists of 240 teachers determined by simple random sampling method. In order to collect data in the research; “Personal Information Form” developed by the researcher, “Intimidation Scale” developed by Tanhan and Çam (2011), “Organizational Climate Scale” and Elma (developed by Yılmaz and Altınkurt (2013) to Turkish, developed by Steve Hoy and Tarter (1997). "Work Alienation Scale" developed by the company) was used. For statistical analysis of data; Mean, standard deviation, Pearson Moments Product Correlation Coefficient was used. However, Simple Linear Regression Analysis was conducted to determine the predictive levels of independent variables for dependent variables. As a result of the research; In terms of mobbing sub-dimensions, the highest average was in the prevention of professional practices, while the lowest average was in the dimension of attacks on the reputation of the person. When the distributions regarding organizational climate are examined; In terms of organizational climate sub-dimensions, the highest average was supportive manager behavior, while the lowest average was found to be negligent teacher behavior. In terms of job alienation sub-dimensions, the highest average was in the level of alienation to school, while the lowest mean was in the meaninglessness dimension. It was observed that there were significant relationships between the sub-dimensions of mobbing scale and organizational climate scale and sub-dimensions of job alienation scale. According to the results of the regression analysis, the sub-dimensions of the mobbing scale and organizational climate scale significantly predicted the sub-dimensions of the alienation scale.