Surviving an abusive supervisor: the joint roles of conscientiousness and coping strategies.

@article{Nandkeolyar2014SurvivingAA,
  title={Surviving an abusive supervisor: the joint roles of conscientiousness and coping strategies.},
  author={Amit Kumar Nandkeolyar and Jonathan A Shaffer and Andrew Li and Srinivas Ekkirala and Jessica Bagger},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={99 1},
  pages={138-50}
}
The present study examines a mediated moderation model of the effects of conscientiousness and coping strategies on the relationship between abusive supervision and employees' job performance. Across 2 studies conducted in India, we found evidence that the relationship between abusive supervision and job performance was weaker when employees were high in conscientiousness. In addition, we found that the use of an avoidance coping strategy facilitated a negative relationship between abusive… CONTINUE READING

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