This is another form of workplace deviance behavior that has very close relationship with generation Y employees. With advancement in technology, work that should have taken a week when doing manually is now expected to take much lesser time. Amazingly, untrue to this hypothesis, even with advanced technology, they take much longer time than if they were to be done manually. Irritation, boredom, and job dissatisfaction are among the factors that may explain this trend. Most researchers have strongly stated, better a single satisfied employee than having ten dissatisfied, bored and irritated employees within an organization. There is constructive power in positive energy, but negative energies within an organization have far much reaching negative consequences (Campbell & McHenry 1990)…………………………………………………………………………………..
Respect is a never-miss word in any organization that values an ethical work climate, which is a very important factor in organizational unity and cohesiveness. It is rather one of the common virtues and values that most organizations spell out in their codes of conducts. Any negative variation from this norm qualifies to be called incivility, a form of workplace deviant behavior. Incivility within an organization can be manifested in so many forms, acting rude, demeaning other people or acting less of courteous towards seniors and even fellow workmates and so on. Acting disrespectful hurts not only to people to whom it is directed, but also rather highly cancerous and contentious and spreads like wild-fire.
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Our experiment will study the behavioral deviance of a social norm.
Does gender play a part in workplace deviance? Anwar et al (2011) delved into the likely relationship between workplace deviant behaviors and gender, and if there is any difference between organizational deviance and interpersonal deviance. Their research yielded that male staffs in their university expressed workplace deviance behaviors more than their female counterparts, and those incidences of organizational deviance was higher than incidences of interpersonal deviance behaviors.
In addition to them, Robertson says, “deviance is relative”(25).
This pressure, coupled with society's own conformist attitude, causes certain members of the society to drift toward what sociologists call deviant groups.
[tags: Medicalization of Deviance]
Although functionalists agree that social control mechanisms such as the police and the courts are necessary to keep deviance in check, many argue that a certain amount of deviance can contribute to the well-being of society.