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An Investigation on Relationship of Deviance Workplace Behavior with Organisational Justice, Abusive Supervision and Work-Family Conflict

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  • Department of Management, VELS University, Chennai- 600117, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Department of Business Administration GTM College, Gudiyatham, Gandhi Nagar – 635803, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Objectives: This article examines the integration of work–family conflict, stress and organisational justice with deviant behavior literature that enhances the intellection of individual’s role and their engagement in workplace deviance. Statistical Analysis: This study proceeds in the following manner. 1. It starts with a literature review in Deviance workplace behaviour with organisational justice, abusive supervision, and Work-Family conflict. 2. Then followed by the development of a new model on basis of Reactance theory and COR (Conservation of Resources) Theory that establishes informationdriven measurable alliance between the Genesis and Emanations of the Work-Family Conflict with Deviance Behaviour. 3. Assessment of their likelihood by using business intelligence tools ‘Fit Statistics’ using Structure Modelling. 4. Lastly demonstrating results tested with longitudinal information. Novelty: A sample of 500 operational staff in Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) working from 15 different ISUs in India, Canada, China, UK and United States., the results show that: 1. The four dimensions of organizational justice can be dissentingly associated with perceptions of stress. 2. The four dimensions of organizational justice can be dissentiousto perceptions of work-family conflict. 3. The negative relationships among the four dimensions of organizational justice and stress will be partially interceded by impression of work-family conflict. Improvement: The future examination could build up a model examining so as to anticipate family-work conflict justice as it is knowledgeable about the home. For instance, Grote and Clark inspected the decency of the division of family work. Others could investigate a more extensive assortment of justice measurements to think about the stress ramifications of hierarchical versus home-based justice. Further research is additionally expected to proliferation.

Keywords

Abusive Supervision, Deviant Workplace Behavior,Organisational Justice, Stress, Work Family Conflict.

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