When victims become culprits: The role of subordinates' neuroticism in the relationship between abusive supervision and workplace deviance
Drawing upon the General Aggression Model, we examined the role of subordinates' neuroticism in strengthening the relationship between abusive supervision and workplace deviance. Results revealed that Time 1 abusive supervision was positively related to Time 2 personnel records of workplace deviance measured 18. months later. Further, subordinates' neuroticism moderated this relationship. Specifically, there was a stronger positive relationship between abusive supervision and workplace deviance...[Show more]
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