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Organizational misbehavior (OMB) is a complex phenomenon for researchers and a major issue facing practitioners because of both its copious negative individual and organizational outcomes and its complexity. Researchers and practitioners are increasingly becoming aware of different types of work-related misbehaviors and their significant and costly consequences for both employees and organizations. OMB can take many forms, and a plethora of terms have been introduced to describe those OMBs. This article aims to review the constructs describing workplace misbehaviors in current organizational behavior literature.Design/methodology/approachThe authors used a qualitative systematic review to organize OMB-related constructs.FindingsThis paper provides a review of workplace misbehavior constructs and a broader, more organized picture of OMB by developing a hierarchical reflective model. It highlights some challenges that the OMB literature needs to overcome.Originality/valueUnlike previous review articles that primarily focused on workplace misbehaviors intended to cause harm or damage, this review includes misbehaviors intended to both damage and benefit.
Management Research: The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 22, 2022
Keywords: Organizational misbehavior (OMB); Hierarchical reflective model; Systematic review; Mal comportamiento organizacional (OMB); Modelo reflexivo jerárquico; Revisión sistemática; Mal comportamiento organizacional (OMB); Modelo reflexivo jerárquico; Revisão sistemática
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