Even though OI sets the stage of extra control behaviours decrease turnover and increase job performance, it may also negatively influence other aspects of job behaviour. for example Umphres, Bingham and mitchell argued that people who have high degrees of OI may act unethically on behalf of the organization. This unethical behaviour can occure through commission where an employee exaggerates information, or omission where an employee conceals information. Such unethical behaviours may be elicited as employees choose to disregard personal moral standards and engage in acts that favor the organization.
May 21st, 2015
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