Organizational Politics, Job Attitudes, and Work Outcomes: Exploration and Implications for the Public Sector.

  title={Organizational Politics, Job Attitudes, and Work Outcomes: Exploration and Implications for the Public Sector.},
  author={Eran Vigoda},
  journal={Journal of Vocational Behavior},
  • Eran Vigoda
  • Published 1 December 2000
  • Business
  • Journal of Vocational Behavior
Abstract The study aimed to promote understanding of employees' reactions to organizational politics. The relationship between perception of organizational politics, job attitudes, and several other work outcomes was examined among 303 public sector employees in Israel. Perception of organizational politics was found to have had a negative relationship with job attitudes (e.g., job satisfaction and organizational commitment), a positive relationship with intention to leave the organization… 

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