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A Model of Injustice, Abusive Supervision, and Negative Affect
In this study we test a model of workplace interactional injustice, abusive supervision, and subordinate outcomes (work-family conflict and job performance) using affect to explain behavior. In a sample of 200 full-time ...
When Core Self-Evaluations Influence Employees’ Deviant Reactions to Abusive Supervision: The Moderating Role of Cognitive Ability
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018-02)
Viewing workplace deviance within a victim precipitation framework, we explore how abusive supervisors target subordinates low in core self-evaluations (CSE) to explain when such employees respond by engaging in workplace ...