Ethical leadership, moral equity judgments, and discretionary workplace behavior

@inproceedings{Resick2013EthicalLM,
  title={Ethical leadership, moral equity judgments, and discretionary workplace behavior},
  author={Christian J. Resick and Michael B. Hargis and Ping Shao and Scott B Dust},
  year={2013}
}
The current study examines the role of ethical cognition as a psychological mechanism linking ethical leadership to employee engagement in specific discretionary workplace behaviors. Hypotheses are developed proposing that ethical leadership is associated with employees’ negative moral equity judgments of workplace deviance (a discretionary antisocial behavior) and positive moral equity judgments of organizational citizenship (a discretionary prosocial behavior). In addition, hypotheses propose… CONTINUE READING

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