Types and causes of deviant workplace behavior in public organization in Malaysia.
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This publication was originally presented as a conference paper and published in the Proceedings of the 4th ASNet International Multidisciplinary Academic Conference (AIMAC 2021), 6th Mar 2021, Kuala Lumpur. pp. 162-167.
Deviant workplace behaviour is a paradox issue at universal level. Deviant workplace behaviour need to be studied by scholars to reduce harmful effects to employees such as job dissatisfaction, low performance, turnover intention and stress among employees. On the other hand it also involves high social and economic cost towards the organization. The aim of the study is to explore types and its causes of Deviant workplace behaviour at law enforcement agency. Data was collected among police officers in Selangor state involving various departments. The study found “at risk behaviour” was a cause of 2 types of misconduct such as alcohol consumption and drugs.
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