Surface acting and distress tolerance as predictors of workplace deviance among Nigerian commercial bank workers

@inproceedings{Amazue2014SurfaceAA,
  title={Surface acting and distress tolerance as predictors of workplace deviance among Nigerian commercial bank workers},
  author={Lawrence O. Amazue and Ike E. Onyishi and Lucy E. Amazue},
  year={2014}
}
This study examined surface acting and distress tolerance as predictors of workplace deviance. Three hundred and thirty-two (332) workers (176 males and 156 females) drawn from selected banks in Nsukka, Enugu State, Nigeria participated in the study. The participants responded to validated measures of surface acting and distress tolerance. The result of regression analyses indicated that surface acting significantly predicted workplace deviance. The result also revealed that distress tolerance… CONTINUE READING

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