As Study on Workplace Ostracism on Work Productive Behavior of Employees With Mediating Effect of Emotional Intelligence
Keywords:Counterproductive Work Behavior, Ostracism, Emotional Intelligence, Aggressive Behavior and Workplace Deviance
Ostracism in the workplace has emerged as the burning issue for organizations, that grabbed the attention of researchers, practitioners and academicians to help corporate world. Thus, every organization is wandering the result-oriented solution to this issue to get employees satisfied and motivated. The research used ostracism as an independent, emotionally intelligence is mediator and counterproductive work behavior, aggressive behavior and workplace deviance as dependent variables. The research is significant for organizations, practitioners, and theory and policy makers. Quantitative research approach is used in this research. A Likert scale close ended questionnaire is used to collect respondents, response. Data is collected from the banking sector. The study has incorporated 300 respondents to collect data. The simple random sampling technique is used for research purpose. Results show that a statistically significant impact exists in the magnitude of counterproductive work behaviors (CWBs) and ostracism, aggressive behavior and ostracism and ostracism and workplace deviance.
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