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Counterproductive Work Behaviors, Confucian Values, and Production Deviance: the Mediating Effect of Job Satisfaction

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Production deviance is 1 of 5 dimensions of counterproductive work behaviors (CWB). Based on data collected from 362 employees of Chinese enterprises, I examined the predictive effect of Confucian values on production deviance and the mediating effect of job satisfaction on the relationship between Confucian values and production deviance using structural equation modeling. I analyzed 3 factors of production deviance: work sabotage, slackness, and withdrawal. Confucian values were found to have a significant negative impact on these factors. Furthermore, job satisfaction was found to partially mediate the relationship between Confucian values slackness and withdrawal, but not work sabotage.
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Keywords: CONFUCIAN VALUES; COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIORS; JOB SATISFACTION; PRODUCTION DEVIANCE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2012-07-01

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