a Typology of Deviant Workplace Behaviors: a Multidimensional Scaling Study.

  • Robinson S
  • Bennett R
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Abstract

In this study we developed a typology of deviant workplace behaviors using multi-dimensional scaling techniques. Results suggest that deviant workplace behaviors vary along two dimensions: minor vs serious, and interpersonal vs organizational. On the basis of these two dimensions employee deviance appears to fall into four distinct categories: production deviance, property deviance, political deviance and personal aggression. Theoretical and empirical implications are discussed.

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  • S. L. Robinson

  • R. J. Bennett

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