ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS AND CULTURE AS DETERMINANTS OF WORKPLACE COUNTERPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIORS: A MODERATION STUDY OF MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM

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Dr. Malka Liaquat
Ms. Ghina Ahmad

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Counterproductive Workplace behavior (CPWB) is not an emerging issue neither it is getting solved to date. With a growing society, organizations are growing and so the employee deviant behaviors. This study aims to find out the determinants that are influencing and enforcing the counterproductive workplace behaviors among employees. Survey methodology has been applied in Southern region of Punjab on service dealers of the automobile industry. The service dealing employees from 3 major automobile companies Honda, Toyota, and Suzuki more specifically from the service department were surveyed. Sample has been collected through convenient sampling. The scatter plot analysis is used to predict the relationships developed between the variables. The variables of organizational politics, organizational culture, subjective well-being, and management control system are equally found to be strongly influencing the counterproductive workplace behaviors in the organization. With the moderating impact of the Management Control System, the relationship developed between Organizational Politics and Organizational Culture on Counterproductive Workplace behavior was found to be negative and the relationship between Subjective well-being with Counterproductive Workplace Behavior was strongly positive.

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Dr. Malka Liaquat, & Ms. Ghina Ahmad. (2024). ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS AND CULTURE AS DETERMINANTS OF WORKPLACE COUNTERPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIORS: A MODERATION STUDY OF MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Social Sciences .ISSN (E) 2959-2461 (P) 2959-3808, 3(2), 972–988. Retrieved from http://ijciss.org/index.php/ijciss/article/view/727
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