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Addressing the multilevel phenomenon of abusive supervision from the instrumental and reactive perspectives

Ng, Serene Boon Ching


Abusive supervision is a dysfunctional workplace behavior that evokes images of tyrannical bosses publicly ridiculing and undermining their subordinates. Naturally, one can imagine the detrimental effects of such abusive behaviors on subordinates' health and productivity. These deleterious consequences on subordinates also translate into organizational costs such as high absenteeism, medical costs arising from employee's poor health and staff turnover. Given such outcomes in the workplace with...[Show more]

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Date published: 2012
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d5157c94a322
Access Rights: Open Access


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