Countering workplace bullying: The role of perceived organisational support
Djurkovic, Nikola, McCormack, Darcy James and Casimir, Gian. (2008). Countering workplace bullying: The role of perceived organisational support. Human Resource Management Journal. 18(4), pp. 405 - 422.
|Authors||Djurkovic, Nikola, McCormack, Darcy James and Casimir, Gian|
This study examined whether perceived organisational support (POS) moderates the relationship between workplace bullying and victims’ intention to leave. Based on data from 335 schoolteachers, a hierarchical regression analysis using the product term revealed that POS moderates the effects of bullying on intention to leave. Furthermore, a series of univariate regression analyses revealed that the effects of bullying on intention to leave were significant with lower levels of POS but were non-significant with higher levels of POS. Several implications for future research and policy are drawn from the findings.
|Journal||Human Resource Management Journal|
|Journal citation||18 (4), pp. 405 - 422|
|Page range||405 - 422|
|Research Group||Peter Faber Business School|
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