William H. Bommer

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This study examined a model of the antecedents and consequences of perceived organizational support (POS) and leader-member exchange (LMX). It was predicted that organizational justice (procedural and distributive justice) and organizational practices that provide recognition to the employee (feelings of inclusion and recognition from upper management)(More)
Prior integrations of the leader-member exchange (LMX) and psychological contract literatures have not clarified how within-group LMX differentiation influences employees' attitudes and behaviors in the employment relationship. Therefore, using a sample of 278 members and managers of 31 intact work groups at 4 manufacturing plants, the authors examined how(More)
Despite decades of research on the relationships between leader reward and punishment behaviors and employee attitudes, perceptions, and performance, no comprehensive examination of these relationships has been reported in the literature. This paper reports the results of two studies that address this issue. In the Wrst study, data from 20 new samples were(More)
A meta-analysis was conducted to estimate more accurately the bivariate relationships between leadership behaviors, substitutes for leadership, and subordinate attitudes, and role perceptions and performance, and to examine the relative strengths of the relationships between these variables. Estimates of 435 relationships were obtained from 22 studies(More)
Although it seems intuitively obvious that the happy student will be a more productive student, empirical tests of that assumption are curiously sparse. We tested a model that included satisfaction with various life domains, overall life satisfaction, cumulative college GPA, and ratings on an assessment center exercise. Results indicated that overall life(More)
The amplification effects of procedural justice on a threat control model of information systems security behaviours Michael Workman a , William H. Bommer b & Detmar Straub c a Florida Institute of Technology, College of Business , Melbourne, FL, USA b Craig School of Business, California State University , Fresno, CA, USA c J. Mack Robinson College of(More)
  • Frank Walter, Michael S. Cole, Gerben S. van der Vegt, Robert S. Rubin, William H. Bommer
  • 2012
a University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business, Nettelbosje 2, 9747AE Groningen, The Netherlands b Texas Christian University, Neeley School of Business, 2900 Lubbock Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76109, USA c DePaul University, Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, 1 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604, USA d California State University, Fresno,(More)
Anecdotal evidence suggests that organizations are increasingly concerned with employee off-duty deviance (ODD), yet management research has rarely investigated this type of deviant behavior. We define ODD as behaviors committed outside the workplace or when off-duty that are deviant by organizational and/or societal standards, jeopardize the employee's(More)
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