The Dark Side of Organizational Behavior
Ricky W. Griffin, Anne O'Leary-Kelly
John Wiley & Sons, May 3, 2004 - Business & Economics - 544 pages
In one comprehensive collection, The Dark Side of Organizational Behavior provides a framework for understanding the most current thinking on the negative consequences of organizational behavior. Written by experts in the field, the contributors to The Dark Side of Organizational Behavior focus on the causes, processes, and consequences of behaviors in organizations that have a negative effect on the organization and the people in them.
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Part Two Discrimination and the Dark Side
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