Workplace Ostracism and Counterproductive Work Behavior: the Intermediary Role of Organizational Based Self-esteem and Regulation Role of Employees' Organizational Identification
Rong Zhiliang;Cao Guiling;Zhang Xiao;
As a kind of organization and negative workplace behavior, employees' counterproductive work behaviordrawmore and more scholars' attentionin recent years. From the perspective of organizational based selfestee, the research study on how workplace ostracism influences the counterproductive work behavior, at the same time we explore the regulation role of employees' organizational identification between workplace ostracism and counterproductive work behavior. The papermakes hierarchical regression on datas from 500 employees from different areas. The result shows as follow: 1.workplace ostracism positively affect the counterproductive work behavior:2.organizational based self-esteem plays a partialintermediary role between workplace ostracism and counterproductive work behavior:3.organizational identification plays a negative regulation role between workplace ostracism andorganizational based self-esteem.