Wearing the cloak: antecedents and consequences of creating facades of conformity.

@article{Hewlin2009WearingTC,
  title={Wearing the cloak: antecedents and consequences of creating facades of conformity.},
  author={Patricia Faison Hewlin},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2009},
  volume={94 3},
  pages={727-41}
}
This study examines a select set of relationships proposed in P. F. Hewlin's (2003) conceptual model of antecedents and consequences of creating facades of conformity. Results from a survey study of 238 employees working in multiple industries indicate that perceived nonparticipative work environments, minority status, self-monitoring, and collectivism are related to creating facades of conformity. Emotional exhaustion serves as a mediator between creating facades of conformity and members… CONTINUE READING

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