- Volume 12 Issue 4
The purpose of this study is to determine abusive supervision and its effect on the resistance to such behavior by workers, and also to determine the moderating roles of subordinate's personalities that can strengthen or weaken the relationship between the abusive supervision and employee behaviors. Because the key factors underlying the choice of individual OCB(Organizational Citizenship Behavior) or organizational OCB have to do with subordinates' concern for the task and relational consequences of their behavior, the analysis focused on Neuroticism, the Big Five domains that represent one's orientations toward task and relational matters, respectively(Costa & McCrae, 1992). For empirical study, survey was performed for the analysis, and a total of 233 was used. The following is a summary of the verification results. First, in the relationships between the use of abusive supervision and employee's OCB, the relationship is negatively correlated to the abusive supervision. Second, moderating effects of subordinates' personalities(neuroticism) between abusive supervision and subordinates' were not verified. Finally, future research will explore the effects of situational variables that affect the extent to which supervisors engage in abusive behavior and how subordinates respond to abusive supervision.
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