ABSTRACT. My analysis reviews the growing literature on the atmosphere associated with employees’ production deviance, the motivational foundation of deviant behavior as controlled and unrestricted undertakings, and main dispositional precursors of workplace deviance. The overall results provide strong evidence for the relevance of team climate and co-worker impact in influencing distinct group member deviance behaviors, the function of human resource routines and job contentment in envisaging workplace interpersonal deviance, and the mediating function of organizational commitment in the personality–workplace deviance link.

Keywords: deviant behavior; workplace; job contentment; organizational commitment

How to cite: Pera, Aurel (2017). “The Prevalence and Cost of Deviant Behavior in the Workplace to Both Organizations and Employees,” Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice 9(1): 139–145.

Received 12 December 2016 • Received in revised form 14 May 2017
Accepted 15 May 2017 • Available online 10 June 2017


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