Category: Workplace Deviance

In the Mood for an OCB

Topic: Citizenship Behaviors, Workplace Deviance Publication: Academy of Management Journal (OCT 2009) Article: A within-person approach to work behavior and performance: Concurrent and lagged citizenship-counterproductivity associations, and dynamic relationships with affect and overall job performance. Authors: R.S. Dalal, H. Lam, H.M. Weiss, E.R. Welch, C.L. Hulin Reviewed By: Katie Bachman If

Identifying the Roots of Sexual Harassment

Topic: Organizational Justice,Sexual Harassment, Workplace Deviance Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology Article: Organization justice and men’s likelihood to sexually harass: The moderating role of sexism and personality. Author: F. Krings, S. Facchin Featured by: Benjamin Granger Researchers Krings and Facchin (2009) set out to uncover the reasons why men engage in sexual harassment at work. The authors

Why High Self-Esteem Makes for Employees of Your Dreams

Topic: Culture, Job Attitudes, Workplace Deviance Publication:  Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes Article: Organizational supports and organizational deviance: The mediating role of organization-based self-esteem. Author: D.L. Ferris, D.J. Brown, D. Heller Featured by: Benjamin Granger Organizational deviance such as employee theft (stealing, surfing the web), unexcused absences, and taking long breaks, cost organizations millions of dollars. Fortunately, research has found that  supportive work environments make deviant behaviors less likely. But, it is unclear why supportive work