Relationships among Department Culture, Workaholism and Workplace Deviance
|關鍵字:||工作狂傾向;部門文化;職場偏差行為;Workaholism;Department Culture;Workplace Deviance|
National Chiao Tung University
With increasing advances in technology led to the development of globalization, thus enhance the drastic competition between businesses. Individuals are getting to more involve in the work to enhance their competitiveness. This makes more and more workaholism. This tendency attracts the attention both the academics and practice. Cross-level study was conducted to explore the relationships between departmental culture, workaholism and workplace deviance. The business departments were as subjects in this study. Questionnaire survey was used to collect data. A total of 80 valid groups were returned. Hierarchical linear models (HLM) were used to examine the hypotheses. The results showed that: (1) Work family balance culture and mastery-oriented culture have significant relationships with driven to work. (2) Work family balance culture has a significant relationship with work enjoyment. (3) Driven to work has a significantly negative relationship with workplace deviance. (4) Driven to work plays a significant partial mediator between mastery-oriented culture and workplace deviance.
Journal of Management and System