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Baka Łukasz (Akademia im. Jana Długosza w Częstochowie)
Tytuł
Zależności między poczuciem niesprawiedliwości, stresem roli zawodowej a zachowaniami nieproduktywnymi w pracy. Moderująca rola makiawelizmu
Relationships between Inequity, Role Stress and Counterproductive Work Behavior. Moderating Role of Machiavellianism
Źródło
Przedsiębiorczość i Zarządzanie, 2013, t. 14, z. 5, cz. 1, s. 7-21, rys., tab., bibliogr. 39 poz.
Entrepreneurship and Management
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Słowa kluczowe
Zachowania pracownika, Zarządzanie stresem, Psychologia pracy
Employee behaviours, Stress management, Industrial psychology
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
Zachowania nieproduktywne definiuje się jako intencjonalne działania, które szkodzą lub w swoim zamierzeniu mają szkodzić organizacji i ludziom z nią związanym - np.: przełożonym, współpracownikom, udziałowcom, a także klientom. Wyróżniają się one zwykle trzema cechami - mają charakter wolicjonalny, w zamierzeniu mają szkodzić osiąganiu celów przez organizację, są uzasadnione z perspektywy aktora(fragment tekstu)

In agreement with Stressors - Emotions model, created by Spector and Fox, job stressors results in counterproductive work behavior. This effect is mediated by negative emotions and moderated by job resources (i.e. job control) and some personality traits as anger, hostility, self-control, conscientiousness and narcissism. The moderating function of Machiavellianism is not clear. The purpose of the study was to investigate (1) the relationships between job stressors (inequity, role stress) and counterproductive work behavior and (2) the moderated by Machiavellianism effect of job stressors on counterproductive work behavior. Participants were 186 civil servants. As predicted by the Stressors - Emotions model, high job stressors correlated with high counterproductive work behavior. Only the effect of one type of job stressors (i.e. inequity) on counterproductive work behavior was moderated by Machiavellianism. Machiavellianism did not moderate the link between role stress and counterproductive work behavior. Results partially support the notion of the Stressors -Emotion model and provide further insight into processes leading to counterproductive work behavior.(original abstract)
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