LOOKING AT WORKPLACE DEVIANCE WITH AN ADDITIONAL PERSPECTIVE: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM PAKISTAN

Nasib Dar, Wali Rahman

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to examine the antecedents of workplace deviance with an additional perspective. The study empirically test the relationship of family work conflict, social relationships and political affinity to workplace deviance with the moderating effect of Islamic personal religiosity. A multi stage cluster sampling techniques was employed where a sample of 350 faculty members of public sector universities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan was selected. Results of the study revealed that family work conflict, social relationships and political affinity has a positive significant relationship with workplace deviance. Moreover, the Islamic personal religiosity moderates the relationship of family work conflict, social relationships and political affinity to workplace deviance. The implications, limitations and future research directions were also discussed.

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Management; HRM

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