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Title: Interpersonal and organisational workplace deviance : the role of job satisfaction, organisational commitment and work stress.
Authors: Sim, Joyce Yi Fang.
Tan, Shu Hui.
Wong, Min Shan.
Keywords: DRNTU::Business::Management::Organizational behavior
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: This paper examines counterproductive work behaviours (CWBs) empirically by collecting data from a convenience sample of 226 working adults in Singapore. They were asked to provide self-reports on their levels of job satisfaction, organisational commitment, work-related stress and the frequency of engaging in various CWBs. By means of regression, the study found job satisfaction, organisational commitment, challenge-related stress and hindrance-related stress to be insignificant predictors of CWB. Also, organisational commitment and challenge-related stress are found to be significant predictors of organisational CWB. Age is also found to be a significant predictor of both interpersonal and organisational CWBs. Implications and future research directions are also discussed in this paper.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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