Workplace Bullying and Unethical Behaviors: A Mediating Model

@inproceedings{Aleassa2014WorkplaceBA,
  title={Workplace Bullying and Unethical Behaviors: A Mediating Model},
  author={Hasan M. Aleassa and Omar D. Megdadi},
  year={2014}
}
Workplace bullying and unethical behaviors are increasingly being recognized as serious problems that warrantattention. However, there is no previous research has investigated the possible effect of workplace bullying onemployees unethical behaviors. So, this study is an attempt to fill this void. Moreover, we investigated whetherthis effect is mediated by psychological ownership. The model of this study was tested using survey datacollected from a sample of 295 commercial bank employees… CONTINUE READING

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