Corpus ID: 2372363

Promoting Employee Policy Adherence and Rule Following in Work Settings: The Value of Self-Regulatory Approaches

  title={Promoting Employee Policy Adherence and Rule Following in Work Settings: The Value of Self-Regulatory Approaches},
  author={Tom R. Tyler},
  journal={Brooklyn law review},
  • T. Tyler
  • Published 2005
  • Brooklyn law review
Securing employee adherence to work-place rules and company policies is one key antecedent of successful coordination and functioning within organizations. It is important for companies to be able to motivate effectively rulefollowing behavior among employees. This analysis highlights the value of identifying optimal approaches to securing such behavior. In this paper, two strategies for achieving policy adherence and rule following are compared. Those strategies are: (1) the sanction-based… Expand
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