Antisocial behavior in organizations
An understanding of the various forms of antisocial behaviour in the workplace, and how these can be identified, managed and prevented, is provided in this volume. Topics discussed include: the role of frustration in antisocial behaviour, revenge, aggression, lying, theft and sabotage. Whistle-blowing and litigation, two forms of behaviour that may be considered antisocial, although their stated goal may be prosocial, are also covered. The book concludes with a chapter that makes connections between antisocial behaviour and the organizational climate.
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