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Counterproductive work behavior : investigations of actors and targets /

by Fox, Suzy.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, 2005Description: 329 p.ISBN: 9781591471653.Subject(s): conflit (psychologie) -- [études diverses] -- relations interpersonnelles -- travail | travail -- [études diverses] -- violenceMeSH subject(s): Violence | Aggression | Anger | Workplace | Violence -- prevention & control | Aggression -- psychology | Workplace -- psychology | MonographPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: Counterproductive work behavior (CWB) encompasses a spectrum of actions that harm employees or organizations. These behaviors include: bullying, emotional abuse, revenge, retaliation, mobbing, and aggression. They can range from severe, systematic, abusive bullying to milder, ambiguous episodes of workplace incivility. This volume examines the conditions and events in modern organizations that contribute to CWB, as well as the steps organizations might take to combat it. Authors from both North America and Europe analyze the interplay between the environmental factors of the workplace and the personal characteristics of the individual actors and targets of CWB. While these researchers study various aspects of this topic, the book deftly highlights the connections and distinctions in each of the authors' work. The result is an integrative and comprehensive resource that will help stimulate future research in the field. [APA Books]
Item type Current location Call number Status Notes Date due
HPAED W-2207 (Browse shelf) Available
AK 3459 (Browse shelf) Available
Empruntable
ZMA 2088 (Browse shelf) Available
Empruntable IST, Institut universitaire romand de santé au travail; Bibliothèque
Bibliothèque
IST WA-493-Cou-2005 (Browse shelf) Available N° d'inventaire: 45/05

Includes bibliographical references and index

vdist-/05.2013 Counterproductive work behavior (CWB) encompasses a spectrum of actions that harm employees or organizations. These behaviors include: bullying, emotional abuse, revenge, retaliation, mobbing, and aggression. They can range from severe, systematic, abusive bullying to milder, ambiguous episodes of workplace incivility. This volume examines the conditions and events in modern organizations that contribute to CWB, as well as the steps organizations might take to combat it. Authors from both North America and Europe analyze the interplay between the environmental factors of the workplace and the personal characteristics of the individual actors and targets of CWB. While these researchers study various aspects of this topic, the book deftly highlights the connections and distinctions in each of the authors' work. The result is an integrative and comprehensive resource that will help stimulate future research in the field. [APA Books]